Fiona’s Book Club

  • The Song of Solomon: An extract from a longer book by Toni Morrison in which two Black men discuss The Seven Days, an organisation that kills white people in retaliation for the racial killing of Black people. One of the men, Milkman, is part of the organisation, and explains to his friend Guitar why it needs to exist.

Ep 4 and Synopsis: Race with Sahar Ali

 

 

 

 

 


Saharcasm on Magpie

Something of a departure for Danú Dubai, which has hitherto made its name with creative presentations of (relatively conventional and mostly Irish) plays: Sahar Ali is black, was born in Saudi Arabia to Sudanese parents, and lived in Ireland for 21 years – so the Irish connection remains, even if Ali now lives in Dubai. While working in Dublin as a comedian and an actress, she began blogging and vlogging about her personal experiences of casual racism in Ireland.

https://magpie.ae/event/sahar-ali-saharcasm-3/


 

Reviewables Podcast

Comedian and poet Sahar Ali joins us this week on Reviewables to figure out what James Bond does in his downtime. She’s also got stories about shit sticks from Sudan and warnings about cheapo laser eye surgery while Edwin reveals why amateur theatre is a deathtrap…

https://headstuff.org/reviewables/88-kill-james-bond-with-sahar-ali/

 


 

Saharcasm on RTÉ Arena https://www.rte.ie/radio/radio1/stories/1219875-saharcasm-arena/

A new one woman show called Saharcasm, has come to town and it draws on, software developer and poet, Sahar Ali’s own experiences of living in Ireland and travelling back to Saudi Arabia, the country of her birth. Sahar joined Seán Rocks on Arena to tell him where it all evolved from….

 

 


 

Glencairn

I was invited to the British Ambassadors house this week during Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s visit. Alf Desire curated a great list of people from various fields, it was an absolute pleasure meeting the movers and shakers of the arts world.

 

 

 

 


 

Green Rebel Podcast

Hosts Emily O’Callaghan and Irina Dzhambazova speak to original mavericks from the creative industries.

The name Green Rebel originates from [their] definition of a person who carves a unique path from their passion – and through hard work and persistence, makes this passion their career. This podcast aims to gather knowledge, inspiration and a touch of advice from those who have done exactly that. The conversations with our guests will also touch on subjects such as Ireland’s political and cultural past, present, and future.

Click here to listen to my interview.


Green Rebel Podcast

by saharmaliOctober 16, 2021

Hosts Emily O'Callaghan and Irina Dzhambazova speak to original mavericks from the creative industries. The name Green Rebel originates from...

Glencairn

by saharmaliOctober 15, 2021

I was invited to the British Ambassadors house this week during Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s visit. Alf Desire curated...

Saharcasm on RTÉ Arena

by saharmaliOctober 15, 2021

https://www.rte.ie/radio/radio1/stories/1219875-saharcasm-arena/ A new one woman show called Saharcasm, has come to town and it draws on, software developer and poet,...

Reviewables Podcast

by saharmaliOctober 15, 2021

Comedian and poet Sahar Ali joins us this week on Reviewables to figure out what James Bond does in his...

Saharcasm on Magpie

by saharmaliOctober 15, 2021

Something of a departure for Danú Dubai, which has hitherto made its name with creative presentations of (relatively conventional and...

Fiona’s Book Club

by saharmaliOctober 15, 2021

The Song of Solomon: An extract from a longer book by Toni Morrison in which two Black men discuss The...

Saharcasm