Nature of event: Sculpture Exhibition Where: Solomon Fine Art Gallery, Balfe Street, Dublin 2 When: Friday 7th November to Saturday 29th November 2014 Cost: Free entry Further information: Ph: Tara Murphy at +353 86 8142380; Behan_2014 (catalogue); Solomon Gallery ; From 7-29 November 2014 Solomon Fine Art is delighted to be hosting a solo exhibition of work by Ireland’s foremost sculptor in …
a new lease of life, inclusive, intergenerational and relevant, for the Celtic Club.
In summation, ‘A Long Way to Tipperary’ proved itself a most fitting tribute to the 200,000 Irish men and women who served in the Great War, with 50,000 (one in every four) of them making the supreme sacrifice.
unraveling the gritty, dirty and sometimes uncomfortable side we don’t usually hear much about
Cultural Heritage Committee Events for 2014
A visual presentation and brief overview of the earlier State Library Eureka presentation at 7.45 pm.
All the actors are also musicians, and fantastic musicians, and dancers. Fiddles, banjos, double basses, guitars, a drum kit, tambourine, piano accordion, concertina
Thomas’s best-loved work is his play for voices, Under Milk Wood. A late work, it perhaps belongs in the category described by George Orwell as ‘a good bad book’ with its mixture of vulgarity and sentimentality. The prayer of Revered Eli Jenkins is an example of how the most famous of Anglo-Welsh poets inspires both love and embarrassment in Wales.
A Feature by FRAN BADER marking the centenary of the Third Home Rule Bill A centenary ago on 18 September 1914, the Third Home Rule Bill for Ireland went on the statute books in Westminster, with its implementation simultaneously postponed for a year or for the duration of WW1. At the time there was no …
Sanctuary My mother called it Grand Central Station. Our kitchen the main platform and when we were tall enough we could glance out the half door. When clangorous clouds clashed we dived under tables. Plugged ears when pigs squealed on death row. But always ate salty bacon well into spring. We learned that slow churning …