Each one’s unique style, particular skills and expertise are evident and well demonstrated in their solo performances.
If ‘Tino’s tale is a familiar one, there is nothing predictable about Pat Kinevane’s telling of it in his tour de force, ‘Silent’.
The influx of so many seasoned Irish rebels was a problem for the authorities in Port Jackson.
The text of a talk given at the Famine Memorial in Williamstown on 18 November by Perry McIntyre.
This talk is in two parts. The first concerns memoralisation of the Famine, specifically the background to the building of Sydney Famine Memorial at Hyde Park Barracks in Sydney incorporated into the wall which offered protection for immigrant women, beginning with the first shipload of workhouse orphan women and, ironically, standing on the site of the original Barrack kitchens. The second part places these young Irish immigrants to Australia between 1848 and 1850 in the context of single female immigration and brings them into a 21st century context.
Join us on 3rd February 2013 at 12.30pm at the Celtic Club for a two course lunch, get together and to hear Cath’s talk.
Camille O’Sullivan’s trajectory as a singer of provocative music is unusual….
She was responsible for re-establishing renewed links between the Irish and Australian Lalor families.
Come and join in an Irish fling this summer
With the Irish uprising of Easter 1916, many associated conscription in Australia as support for British domination in Ireland.