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12th Jul 2018

The Dublin Podcast Festival is returning to the city this September by popular demand

Kate Demolder

Featuring David O’Doherty, Alison Spittle and many more.

The Dublin Podcast Festival is back by popular demand, with a whole host of headliner shows, live podcasts, comedy, discussions and workshops taking place across multiple venues.

The 11-day long festival features an impressive line-up of international and homegrown podcasters, covering everything from food to football.

Kicking things off are comedy duo The 2 Johnnies (long-time JOE favourites), with what is sure to be a sensational experience filled with silage, signing and sunburn.

As well as this, Alison Spittle and Deborah Frances-White are set to co-host The Guilty Feminist at Vicar Street on 1 October, followed by The Adam Buxton Podcast with special guest David O’Doherty on 3 October.

The killer line-up continues with the BlindBoy Podcast, Those Conspiracy Guys, Headstuff, Motherfóclóir, Emma Doran, Dubland and Up to 90 to name a few.

Comedy lovers will also be suitably impressed by the comic line-up, featuring the likes of Tony Cantwell, Sexy Beasts and Phoning It In.

Line up and ticket information are as follows:

The 2 Johnnies
The Sugar Club – 26 + 27 September 2018
Tickets: €18

The Guilty Feminist Podcast with Alison Spittle
Vicar Street – 1 October 2018
Tickets: €28

The Adam Buxton Podcast with David O’Doherty
Vicar Street – 3 October 2018
Tickets: €28

The Blindboy Podcast
Vicar Street – 7 October 2018
Tickets: €28

Those Conspiracy Guys
The Sugar Club – 9 October 2018
Tickets: €18

Motherfoclóir (Motherfoclóir / The Irish For)
The Sugar Club – 10 October 2018
Tickets: €16

Dubland and Up To 90
The Liberty Hall Theatre – 12 October 2018
Tickets: €19

Sexy Beasts+ Phoning It In (Tony Cantwell Comedy)
The Grand Social – 14 October 2018
Tickets: €16

Banter 200 with Jim Carroll
The Workmans Club – 17 October 2018
Tickets: TBC

The first round of tickets for events will go on sale on and Ticketmaster outlets Nationwide on Monday, 16 July at 9am.

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