Join RTÉ’s Taragh Loughrey-Grant at 6pm this Thursday, 8th March, at The Little Museum of Dublin, St. Stephen’s Green as she hosts an evening of entertainment, conversation and celebration in honour of International Women’s Day. Admission is €5 with all profits going to Women’s Aid (CHY 6491).
Taragh will be joined by Director of Women’s Aid, Margaret Martin; Psychotherapist, Siobhan Murray and special guest, actor and comedian, Katherine Lynch. The event will be recorded for a special podcast programme as part of The Hourglass series and will be broadcast on RTÉ Radio 1 Extra’s The Lifestyle Show.
The Lifestyle Show is a regular podcast hosted by RTÉ’s Taragh Loughrey-Grant and features expert discussions on topics such as personal finance, fitness and mental health. Broadcast on RTÉ Radio 1 Extra’s, The Lifestyle Show provides valuable insights and advice for all walks of life from young adults to parents to homeowners and beyond.
Speaking about the event, host Taragh Loughrey-Grant said “It is important to take the opportunity to mark this celebratory day for women and I am honoured to do so with this inspirational panel. Looking forward to sharing the evening with the live audience for the podcast. No doubt there will be stimulating conversation along with a little fun too”.
Tickets to the event can be purchased here with all proceeds going to Women’s Aid (CHY 6491). Join Taragh and her guests for an evening not to be missed. As the event is a recorded session, doors close at 6.15pm sharp.
About Taragh Loughrey Grant, Digital Editor RTÉ LifeStyle – RTÉ.ie/RTÉ News Now
With over 15 years’ experience as a multi-media journalist with various media heavyweights in Ireland such as RTÉ and TV3, Taragh has navigated her career through creating exciting content for print, radio, television and online. A talented broadcaster and writer who sources, creates, researches, produces and publishes extensive live and/or pre-recorded content to a broad spectrum of media, both traditional and emerging, Taragh’s interpersonal, interviewing and teamwork skills deliver creative discussion when hosting events.
About Margaret Martin, Director of Women’s Aid
Margaret Martin has been Director of Women’s Aid since 2003. Women’s Aid has been working in Ireland to stop domestic violence against women and children since 1974 and is a leading national organisation which provides information and support to women and their children affected by abuse. Margaret has over 30 years’ experience in the NGO sector including the areas of domestic and sexual violence, health and education. Women’s Aid provide Direct Services for women experiencing domestic violence such as a free helpline, one-to-one support, court accompaniment service and more. Read more here https://www.womensaid.ie
About Siobhan Murray, Psychotherapist
A regular contributor to The Lifestyle Show, Psychotherapist Siobhan Murray is a mother of two who changed tracks from a rollercoaster life in the music industry to a life of mindfulness working as a certified Life Coach and Mediator. Having previously spoken at events such as Thrive Wellness Stage at Groove Festival, Siobhan brings a wealth of expertise and experience to the panel.
About Katherine Lynch, TV Personality
Beginning her career as part of the Irish gay scene, Katherine Lynch has gone on to become an Irish television personality having had several television series broadcast on RTÉ2, with titles like Working Girls, Wonderwomen and Single Ladies. Hailing from Mohill in Co. Leitrim with strong GAA connections, Lynch has also participated as a bainisteoir in the second series of RTÉ One’s Celebrity Bainisteoir.