Episode 3 of the Brownbread Mixtape Podcast now available – Colm Keegan

The latest episode of our brilliant podcast is now available on iTunes, Soundcloud and as an RSS feed here on our blog (in the menu to the right of this post) . On the latest episode we have a brilliant chat with Dublin writer and performance poet Colm Keegan. Amongst other things we talk about his favourite authors, the creative method, performing poetry and life as a writer in Dublin. Colm also selects a pair of his favourite sketches by The Brownbread Players, a powerhouse poetic performance by Catherina Behan and a superb song by Lindsey Ryan from our live show archive. It’s a great conversation that genuinely offers a unique insight into the burgeoning Dublin spoken word scene from one of its very best artists.

The Brownbread Mixtape Podcast

Make us happy campers and download & subscribe to the podcast. Thanks to all of you who have subscribed already and for your warm feedback on Episode 01 with Pearse McGloughlin and Episode 02 with EleventyFour. We would be very grateful if you spread the word to anyone you know who might be interested in contemporary Irish music and spoken word. Make waves on the surf of the web… Please do let us know what you think of the podcasts by leaving a comment below or on our Facebook page. Alternatively send us a wee tweet or an electronic mail to thebrownbreadmixtape@gmail.com.See you all next time!


the brownbread mixtape is a free monthly live comedy, poetry & music show in Dublin, Ireland.

Each show has a theme. Each act does a performance based on the theme. We all have loads of fun. Simple as that.

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