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02nd Apr 2020

Seven Irish Twitter accounts that are guaranteed to brighten up your timeline

James Fenton

Twitter can be quite the minefield at a time like this but if you curate your timeline carefully enough, you should be able to brighten things up with the help of a few well-known Irish people.

Stuck at home like the rest of us, Ireland’s most famous faces are having to make do with entertaining audiences from behind a screen. Many of them are doing a great job at it and below you’ll find a list of Irish accounts that are sure to brighten up your timeline.

Make sure to click ‘follow’ on any of the following…

Niall Horan

The Mullingar man keeps busy by checking in on his fans and playing some games with his famous pals. He shares a lot of his new music too.

Alison Spittle

Alison has become well-known for her #Covideo parties where ‘guests’ watch a film at the same time and livetweet their thoughts and witticisms. You’ll usually catch them at around 9pm most evenings and the effort Alison puts into her costumes has to be admired.

Aisling Bea

She might be making waves in Hollywood but Aisling’s sense of humour was moulded right here in Ireland. She’s as much craic on Twitter as she is on the telly and if you’re aren’t following then what are you doing?

Amy Huberman

The long-reigning queen of Irish Twitter, Amy has taken to some gentle ribbing of her equally famous husband during all of this and we’re all for it.

Tony Cantwell

Tony delivers podcasts, videos, one-liners and everything in between. He also regularly pulls up a chair at the aforementioned #Covideo parties and provides some of the best laughs too.

Nicola Coughlan

The Derry Girl is good for a bit of Twitter craic at any time of the day and ten to four in the morning is no exception…

Sarah Maria Griffin

Sarah Maria provides regular wisecracks about the lockdown, bringing some much-needed smiles.

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