"I FOUND you in my spit" is just one of the many poignant lines in Father The Father, a new play from Prime Cut Production and Belfast's MAC theatre, which offers a fresh perspective on the ongoing discussion around unmarried mothers in Ireland.
THE Irish-noir drama Bloodlands, starring Jimmy Nesbitt, dramatically ended earlier this month with viewers getting answers to many of the questions it posed, including the revelation of the assassin's true identity.
1. When did you think about a career in comedy and what were your first steps into it? I knew from the age of about 12 that I wanted to be a comedian – while friends were going off to music festivals, I spent most of my time watching comedy shows on TV and listening to funny radio shows and podcasts.