Barry Versus Kelly is a play that all Australians should see.
This year, on the 27th – 29th of June, the Crossley community will celebrate an important milestone.
The Guardian published a series of photos of Seamus Heaney on the occasion of his death. They tell much about the man.
Yet Irish speakers in Australia tend to think of the language as their own, a part of the native landscape, a view at odds with the Irish tendency to think of the language as being relevant only to their own national identity.
The question is: ‘will the earth move for Gerty’? We expect so!
Here is a book to restore your faith in reading, to make you laugh loudly and often. You will be enthralled by the way words can be used to coax you into a story that is sad and funny and uplifting and engrossing, all at the same time.