Philly McMahon plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran

Philly McMahon is a director, writer and theatre-maker from Dublin. Philly is best known for his work on Alice In Funderland, Town Is Dead, RIOT and Panti’s latest show Queen of Ireland.


Here’s how the show works:

60 Balls. 60 Minutes. 60 Questions. In those 60 minutes, Tom rolls his 13 euro Argos bought Bingo ball machine and asks his guest the corresponding question to that number ball. At the beginning of the show, the guest receives 6 numbers and if their 6 balls are drawn, they get to pick any question to ask Tom and he has to give a totally honest answer.

Philly’s play RIOT is a Thisispopbaby production which premiered last year and won Best Production at The Tiger Dublin Fringe 2016. And good news, RIOT is returning for a limited run from July 6th through the rest of the month at Vicar St. It will also tour internationally in the coming year! To keep up to date with all things Philly check him out on Twitter @mcmahonphilly.

In this week’s episode, Tom and Philly discuss life after school, meeting your heroes and the craic in a theatre dressing room.

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Personality Bingo original artwork by Conor Nolan
This episode was produced by Taz Kelleher. Taz has a podcast which explores the little moments in life that we all share. It’s called MomentsPodcast and can be found here.