Ripping up the Peacock Theatre stage this November is a soaring double bill from two celebrated artists who have both contributed to Ireland’s extraordinary recent social change, and brought down the houses with their smash hit shows. Directed by Phillip McMahon, Haunted by Tara Flynn and  If These Wigs Could Talk by Panti Bliss close off an extraordinary 15-year anniversary year from theatre renegades THISISPOPBABY. 

Shows will run back to back on the Peacock stage and tickets are available for both individual performances and double-bills here.



Written and Performed by Tara Flynn. Directed by Phillip McMahon.

What happens when you hit the floor and lose all of your marbles? Ask Tara Flynn: a fame-adjacent actor turned advocate for the campaign to Repeal Ireland’s 8th amendment. Y’know: Mouthy.

This is one woman’s journey back from the floor. A funny, moving tale of grief, campaigning for civil rights, the offline impact of online abuse, crashing to the ground and fighting to tell your own story. It’s a story of resilience… and a search for marbles!

More information and tickets available here.

If These Wigs Could Talk 

Written and Performed by Panti Bliss. Directed by Phillip McMahon.

Over seven years since Pantigate, Ireland’s Marriage Equality Referendum, and the international smash hit High Heels In Low Places, Panti is shaking out her oversized wigs and reboning her corset to bring her unique brand of ridiculous anecdotes to the Peacock Stage.

This November, Panti warmly invites you to learn from her mistakes, laugh at her failures, and revel in her triumphs.

More information and tickets available here.