Friday November 27, 2020

Funny girl

Meeting Deirdre O'Kane for the first time is akin to catching up with an old friend.

1st October, 2005

Meeting Deirdre O'Kane for the first time is akin to catching up with an old friend. Initial formal handshake aside, sipping coffee in a sleepy cafe in Dublin's Stoneybatter, the Drogheda-born comic chats amiably about of the adrenaline-fuelled highs and gut-wrenching lows that have shaped her near ten-year stand-up career.

Her dark hair scooped back with sunglasses still thankfully necessary in late September, O'Kane sits neatly with one leg hooked up on the couch. It...

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