Safety Masks Of Comedy And Tragedy


Did you stay up?

A big thank you to, clockwise from top left: Marcel Kreuger, Johnny Keenan, Neil Curran, Andrew Butler, celebrity accountant Vanessa Foran, ‘Preposterous‘, Olga Cronin, Ciaran Tierney, Lawyer Kevin Higgins and poet Kevin Higgins, our panel on last night’s Broadsheet on the Telly.

The show, produced by Neil from a deckchair in Spain, can be viewed in its entirety above.

So what happened?

Andrew, of Take Back the City, injured during the forced removal of occupiers from a vacant premises on North Frederick Street, discussed the raid, its implications and balaclavas.

Lawyer Kevin Higgins and Vanessa shared their knowledge of forcible entry law while poet Kevin Higgins recited a 17-year old poem that might have been written last night.

Lawyer Kevin and Ciaran gave us an update on developments at Tuam including a private visit to the site of the mass grave by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.

Ciaran shared his thoughts on a visit  last Sunday to the Shannonwatch vigil, now into its 17th year.

Neil and Johnny joined us from  different parts of Spain: Neil on assignment with the CIA a work thing, Johnny attending tonight’s performance of Stephen Garland’s one-man show in Barcelona.

Meanwhile, in the background, Andrew’s housemate whipped him up a tasty meal during  proceedings (in fairness).

AND Marcel’s Buke Club offered us two titles not just for tourists: Hidden City by Karl Whitney and Follow The Old Road by Jo Kerrigan.

Some swear words.


Previously: Broadsheet on the Telly

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