#49 | Sarah Devereux

Mar 14, 2018, 03:19 PM

The Alison Spittle Show – Episode 49 – Sarah Devereux

On the latest episode Alison talks to performance artist and ‘art’ artist, Sarah Devereux. There is a startling Bosco impression, we discover that Alison is a patron of the arts and Sarah talks about The Magdalene Sisters, Choc ice-loving nuns, dashed dreams of being an archaeologist, bargain sarcophagi, Richie Kavanagh, a deep love for Nadine Coyle, multi-tasking, the external validation station and the commercial side of anxiety.

You can find Sarah’s merchandise at The Dirt Bird and her exhibition, Fun-erable is running at A4 Sounds until St. Patrick’s Day. Go check it out.

Alison Spittle does stand-up comedy all the time because there’s no money in it. See alisonspittle.com or her Twitter for the latest and for more information about tour dates.

Come to the next live recording of The Alison Spittle Show podcast with special guests pundit Richie Sadlier and Your One Nikita creator Aoife Dooley. It’s on Monday March 26th in the Workman’s Club in Dublin. Tickets available here.

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Theme tune by No Monster Club. Their new album, “I Feel Magic” is out now.