|Birth Day:||June 20, 1987|
|Birth Place:||Dublin, Ireland|
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Early in his career he ran gigs out of his home, The Hideaway House, and managed the indie pop group Heathers.
In 2008, Haskins directed a documentary called Roll Up Your Sleeves about DIY counterculture. DIY figures including Ian MacKaye of the band Fugazi, Ellen Lupton, and Dutch band The Ex took part in the documentary. The film was funded by Broadcasting Commission of Ireland Sound & Vision Award. It was produced by Project Arts Centre for DCTV. Roll Up Your Sleeves premiered at the 2009 Stranger Than Fiction Festival in the IFI in Dublin. In January 2011, the film was made available free online.
In May 2009, Haskins was a member of a group that founded Exchange Dublin, an arts centre in Temple Bar with the support of Project Arts Centre, where he sat on the Board of Directors. The Exchange, later run by volunteers, received funding from the Arts Council until it closed its doors in 2014.
Later in 2009, Haskins curated and directed the event 'Culture and the city: the debate' for Temple Bar Cultural Trust. It took the form of a masked debate about culture in Dublin at Meeting House Square in Temple Bar. Also, that year, Haskins collaborated with a group of NCAD students called 'Office of Public Works' to organize 'Change?', a week long event which took place in Project Arts Centre.
Haskins ran gigs in his former home, The Hideaway House which became a hub for the DIY music scene in Dublin and his independent record label Hide Away Records. Hide Away Records' releases included the debut album of Irish band Heathers, whom Haskins also managed from 2007 to 2009. Their debut album 'Here, Not There' featured the single 'Remember When', which was used in a 2010 Fáilte Ireland advertising campaign.
Haskins is also a broadcaster on Raidió Teilifís Éireann (RTÉ) television and radio. He presented the first series of Two Tube on RTÉ Two, and as of May 2010 he worked as a reporter for Arena, an arts programme on RTÉ Radio 1. In December 2011 he began presenting coverage of Other Voices (TV series) for guardian.co.uk and covered the series in Derry in 2013 and 2014.
In an interview with Jarlath Regan on The Irishman Abroad podcast, Haskins stated that, from a young age, he was frustrated at the lack of facilities available to young people in Ireland. He later petitioned for a skate park in his local area and attempted to turn a local disused building into a community centre. Haskins stated that he was increasingly frustrated with the process of trying to make changes through official channels and the lack of engagement of local politicians. Haskins was an independent candidate for the Dublin South-East constituency in the 2011 general election. His campaign was the subject of Irish and international media attention with appearances on BBC Newsnight, BBC World Service and Al Jazeera and articles in The Guardian and Le Monde. Haskins was eliminated on the fourth count with 1,383 first preference votes (3.96%). Haskins was entitled to a refund of €8,700 in election expenses which he subsequently combined with the remainder of his election funds and donated €10,000 to 10 Irish charities.
In 2013 Haskins launched the Soundings Podcast, a cultural podcast that he co-hosted with singer Lisa Hannigan, where they would discuss "culture, books, music, theatre, films and other weird things that happen." Throughout the first eleven podcast Haskins and Hannigan discussed and engaged in a variety of activities including interviewing notable guest like Dermot O' Leary and Harry Shearer.
Dylan's mother's name is Margaret O'Donoghue
Currently, Dylan Haskins is 35 years, 7 months and 9 days old. Dylan Haskins will celebrate 36th birthday on a Tuesday 20th of June 2023. Below we countdown to Dylan Haskins upcoming birthday.