A book about the recording of Irish music which raises questions about whether Irish traditional music emanates from a distinctive and stable Irish culture or the extent to which it assimilates new and ‘foreign’ influences….
A warm and hearty welcome since 1887
The Kildare native takes the traditions of Irish musical storytelling to heart
Finbar Furey is touring extensively in Australia, including the Port Fairy Folk Festival in March and April this year.
They were used as unpaid labour under draconian working conditions.
Bernard Farrell’s much-loved first play, I Do Not Like Thee, Dr Fell, ushers Irish theatre into a new international arena, that of psychotherapy: who is ‘normal’ in this comedy thriller?
Both Irishmen consider Australia a second home.
A commemorative conference on Saturday by the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne, followed by dinner at Mannix College. Bus tour on Sunday to Raheen and the Good Shepherd Convent in Abbotsford.
Waltzing Matilda Musical: The true story. Australia’s greatest love story, Australia’s greatest song in Concert. A staged reading of an amazing story.
Moved reading of ‘I Do Not Like Thee, Dr Fell’ by Bernard Farrell.