Paul Howard is a journalist, satirist and author. He is the man behind the astonishing creation Ross O’Carroll-Kelly who have entertained millions of readers and theatre-goers, and his work is as diverse as 2012’s Anglo the Musical and Irish Pictorial Weekly. He has written several nonfiction books, many sports-related, but he comes to Borris for the first time this year on the back of his most recent book, a biography of Tara Browne, I Read the News Today, Oh Boy, about member of the Guinness family ‘who tried everything’.
I HEARD THE NEWS TODAY, OH BOY Paul Howard talks to John Butler about the Beatles, The Stones, Tara Browne and the death of innocence. 11AM, June 10th The Granary, Borris House Talk included in Weekend and Day Ticket. Purchase individually below. Tickets are non refundable
PARODY Paul Howard (aka Ross O’Carroll Kelly) and Jon Canter (comic novelist who’s written for Lenny Henry and Mr Bean) talk to Kevin Gildea about finding comic voices. The Chapel, Borris House *Please Note The Chapel has no disabled access