Celtic Media Festival 2018
2-4 May 2018 2-4 May 2018

Pantisocracy

Pantisocracy is a series which was presented by Panti Bliss, one of Ireland's most popular and outspoken and charming figures. Panti is the alter-ego of Rory O'Neill, a drag queen and gay rights activist. In this special Christmas Day edition of Pantisocracy, Panti is joined by film maker Lenny Abrahamson, performer Gavin Friday, Grace Toland, singer and director of Irish Traditional Music Archive, sean-nós singer Róisín Elsafty and artist Amanda Coogan. The show is billed as a ‘cabaret of conversations’ about home, memory and belonging and draws on culture, language and identity. The series attracted some of the most interesting people living in Ireland and is reflective of the reality of Ireland today. The show was broadcast on Christmas Day, a time we often remember home and childhood. Here, the show explores ‘the heart of memory, the song of home’. What story does Christmas tell of us?



Title
Pantisocracy
Title in English
Pantisocracy - Christmas Day
Entry Category
Radio Magazine Show
Produced By
Athena Media
Producer
Helen Shaw
Directed By
Helen Shaw
Broadcaster
RTÉ Radio 1