Pantisocracy - Episode 4 - Shaz Oye and Loah on Growing Up in Ireland
A short excerpt of Singers Shaz Oye and Loah in conversation with Panti Bliss from Episode 4 of #Pantisocracy ‘Influences’ (Tuesday 13th September 10pm on RTE Radio 1 - more info at http://pantisocracy.ie/episode-4/)
Host Miss Panti Bliss brings us into a ‘cabaret of conversations’ with guests including filmmaker Vivienne de Courcy, whose new movie ‘Dare to be Wild’ was filmed both in Ireland and Ethiopia while singer Shaz Oye shares stories of growing up black and gay in inner city Dublin with the Sierra Leone Irish singer Loah. Sinead Kane, the blind marathon runner talks about challenging stereotypes and combatting bullying. Joining them in the studio is artist Jim Fitzpatrick creator of the iconic Ché Guevara poster. Both Shaz and Loah entertain with songs. In this episode Panti Bliss explores the people who influence and inspire us and share her own journey and tale of Aunty Qy in another of the ‘Panti Monologues’.
http://www.shazoye.com/ for more on Shaz Oye
http://ensemble.ie/loah/ for more on Loah
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