Inis Mór, Aran Islands, County Galway.

Scenes from the biggest-ever Tedfest featuring star turns from Fr Damo (Joe Rooney – above far left)) and Eoin McLove (Patrick McDonell – above second right).

The annual gathering is now in its 14th year.

In fairness.

Tedfest 2020

Thanks Helen O’Dwyer

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12 thoughts on “Still Kicking

  1. Janet, I ate my avatar

    I threw a father Ted themed party in Paris once, I went all out, complete with a dead Jack in the cave/ cellar, random bricks on string, bunting and whiskey in tea cups cocktails,it was a roaring success , I got a load of froggies hooked on it, although alot of the nuns were a bit more French maid truth be told

  2. Chimpy

    They should have invited Graham Linehan along to give his take on the whole transgender conversation. I hear he’s great craic these days.

      1. Paulus

        Did you not check out BT’s new men’s range here the other day?
        How far in off the road, ( as my mother used to say), are you?

    1. Cool_Hand_Lucan

      They’re not white socks – they’re very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very light brown.

  3. V

    Is it not all a bit sad
    regurgitating their roles – which in fairness were pretty minor anyway

    TedFest is a good idea n’ all
    and I think Dermot Morgan should have an entire day (off) named after him, like Paddy has

    But still
    I don’t even know what Rooney and the other lad have done
    Spar ad mebbe
    Don’t feed the Gondolas?

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      Rooney had a good part in Killinaskully, which ran for 5 years. But yeah, I think this Father Ted re-enacting is overkill but the Brits love it. If an English person comes out with an Irish-ism directed straight at ya, from this show or from Mrs. Brown, I find no reaction is better than any.

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