F. Festival 2019

a platform exhibiting equality in the arts

F. Festival is aimed at exhibiting Equality in the Arts. Our free festival starts at noon this Saturday 11th of March 2017 with events running right into the night. Iconic and well-loved Dublin venues Hangar, The Grand Social, Wigwam, Filmbase and The Back Loft will host an Eclectic & Broad spectrum of Women working in Art, Comedy, Spoken Word, Music, Film, and our Talks series which are free and open to all.

Comedy At Wigwam

Breda's Way
18:10 - 19:00


Eve Darcy [MC]
20:00 - 20:10

Eve Darcy is a rising star in the Irish comedy cosmos, after launching her comedy odyssey in Vancouver, Canada many moons ago. Eve enjoys odysseys of all kinds and is particularly taken by this current entertaining and humorous adventure; life. Eve gigs regularly in all comedy clubs in Dublin and the greater Ireland area, Edinburgh and the UK and has recently had the privilege of performing (and selling out) her own show in Dublin's Smock Alley theatre! Eve also co-hosts the 'AFOG POD' podcast!


Bláithín de Burca
8:10 - 8:20



Ruth Kelly Hunter
8:20 - 8:30


Niamh Marron
9:20 - 9:30


Andrea Farrell
9:40 - 9:50

Andréa Farrell is a funny girl from Dublin. A bright spark in Irish comedy, she quickly made an impact as a finalist in the RTE New Comedy Awards, a TV showcase for promising comedians that spring boarded her onto a staple of Summer festival slots like the Vodafone Comedy Festival, Kilkenny Cats Laughs, Electric Picnic and the Edinburgh Comedy Festival. Andrea broke new ground recently taking a campervan around Ireland with her chums The Lads of Comedy, bringing their anarchic ‘supergroup’ approach to stages near and far. When she's not opening for comedy heavyweights like Stewart Francis, Marc Maron or David O'Doherty, she’s doing regular slots at the International Comedy Club, where her laconic style and irreverent stage presence are a breath of fresh air to the Dublin audiences. Stellar Comedian of the Year 2015.


Joanne Mc Nally
9:50 - 10:10