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A podcast celebrating creative entrepreneurs and telling their stories.

Latest Episodes

2.8. Paul Currie (Comedian, Artist, Maker)

In our final episode of this season, we visit comedian, artist, musician, street performer and master of puppets, Paul Currie, at his creative space in the Vault Artist Studios in East Belfast. Familiar to comedy festival-goers across the UK, Ireland, Europe and Australia, Paul Currie’s uniquely silly and exhilaratingly hilarious shows have made him a favourite act for audiences, critics and performers alike. But as we discover, comedy is only one of the creative fields that Paul excels in. We find out about the growth and development of his relentless desire to create, his artistic inspirations, the challenges of depression, and the satisfaction of doing it yourself.

64 MIN5 days ago
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2.8. Paul Currie (Comedian, Artist, Maker)

2.7. Becca Hume (Design entrepreneur, founder of TapSOS app)

In this episode we hear about Belfast's design startup scene from someone who is in it right now - the founder of emergency services app TapSOS - Becca Hume. Starting out as a jewellery designer, Becca found she could turn her talents to app and service design. Becca talks about how the idea for the app came about and the ups and downs of startup life and the amazing journey she has been on so far. Having pitched and won several awards for her work, Becca gives great tips and advice for those starting up any new product or service.

45 MIN3 weeks ago
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2.7. Becca Hume (Design entrepreneur, founder of TapSOS app)

2.6. Shannon Delores O'Neill (Musician, Sister Ghost & Girl's Rock School NI)

In this episode we find out what it’s really like to be a creative entrepreneur in the Northern Irish music industry with musician Shannon Delores O’Neill of alternative rock and garage punk band Sister Ghost. Shannon is also the founder of Girls Rock School NI, the Northern Irish chapter of a worldwide movement encouraging and empowering women and girls of all ages to riff, rock and roll through workshops, tutoring and events. We hear about what it takes to be a modern day musician and get tips and advice from someone in the know.

49 MINMAY 16
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2.6. Shannon Delores O'Neill (Musician, Sister Ghost & Girl's Rock School NI)

Latest Episodes

2.8. Paul Currie (Comedian, Artist, Maker)

In our final episode of this season, we visit comedian, artist, musician, street performer and master of puppets, Paul Currie, at his creative space in the Vault Artist Studios in East Belfast. Familiar to comedy festival-goers across the UK, Ireland, Europe and Australia, Paul Currie’s uniquely silly and exhilaratingly hilarious shows have made him a favourite act for audiences, critics and performers alike. But as we discover, comedy is only one of the creative fields that Paul excels in. We find out about the growth and development of his relentless desire to create, his artistic inspirations, the challenges of depression, and the satisfaction of doing it yourself.

64 MIN5 days ago
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2.8. Paul Currie (Comedian, Artist, Maker)

2.7. Becca Hume (Design entrepreneur, founder of TapSOS app)

In this episode we hear about Belfast's design startup scene from someone who is in it right now - the founder of emergency services app TapSOS - Becca Hume. Starting out as a jewellery designer, Becca found she could turn her talents to app and service design. Becca talks about how the idea for the app came about and the ups and downs of startup life and the amazing journey she has been on so far. Having pitched and won several awards for her work, Becca gives great tips and advice for those starting up any new product or service.

45 MIN3 weeks ago
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2.7. Becca Hume (Design entrepreneur, founder of TapSOS app)

2.6. Shannon Delores O'Neill (Musician, Sister Ghost & Girl's Rock School NI)

In this episode we find out what it’s really like to be a creative entrepreneur in the Northern Irish music industry with musician Shannon Delores O’Neill of alternative rock and garage punk band Sister Ghost. Shannon is also the founder of Girls Rock School NI, the Northern Irish chapter of a worldwide movement encouraging and empowering women and girls of all ages to riff, rock and roll through workshops, tutoring and events. We hear about what it takes to be a modern day musician and get tips and advice from someone in the know.

49 MINMAY 16
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2.6. Shannon Delores O'Neill (Musician, Sister Ghost & Girl's Rock School NI)

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