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Where is my Mind? – Niall Breslin

Sun 21 Apr, 8pm

After a sensational run of sold out shows in 2023, Niall “Bressie” Breslin is bringing his multi-award-winning Where is My Mind? podcast on the road again in April 2024 across Ireland and the UK.

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Having led a colourful life thus far and being no stranger to a slap from the dark side, Niall ‘Bressie’ Breslin has made it his vocation to excavate and discover what it is that makes us humans dive, survive, recover and thrive in the head melty-chaos of the modern world.

In 2024, Niall takes his quest on the road with the WHERE IS MY MIND live show. The unique and intoxicating mix of music, spoken word, monologues and incredible guests is coming to a number of prolific venues across Ireland and the UK.

This marvelous show has captivated audiences with its humour, heart, relatability and creativity.

Breslin’s distinctive storytelling, skillful delivery and carefully crafted soundtrack disarms the audience and brings them with him on a compelling and, at times, emotional journey. His unparalleled capacity to connect with his guests in a humorous and profoundly human way is why he won this year’s Irish podcast award for best interview.

Guests for the live shows have included U2’s Adam Clayton, Michael Harding and Conor Moore, with some very special guests lined up for the April tour.

Tickets €31*

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Where is my Mind? – Niall Breslin

  • A hilarious, entertaining, heartwarming and musical look into the ups and downs of being a human being. Do not miss this show.

    Dave Moore, TodayFM
  • Two hours of thought provoking, compelling, relatable and surprisingly hilarious delivery. One of the most enjoyable shows I’ve had the pleasure of being part of.

    Conor Moore, Comedian and impressionist