Nature of Event: Public Lecture: ‘The Long Shadow of the Great Famine on Irish people’s Health at home and abroad’ by Prof. Cecily Kelliher, Chair of Public Health Medicine and Epidemiology, University College Dublin. When: Wednesday 18 March at 6.30pm Where: Copland (Basement) Theatre, 98 Pelham St., Carlton, Vic. 3053. Cost: Free but it is essential to …
In December 1796, the Britannia set sail from Cork under Captain Thomas Dennot with Surgeon Augustus Beyer on what would be one of the worst voyages in the history of transportation.
The point was eloquently made: religion or politics were often not essential factors of many of these deaths
a truth to be mourned in prayer, then lived beyond.
Tugann leabhair ó chultúir eile léargas dúinn ar shaol daonna de chineál eile
this extract will most likely be a world premiere of this operatic scene.
Irish food, drink and music will flow, turning the Chauvel into a mini Irish pub for the occasion.
Bendigo and district have a powerful and dynamic history
Irish-Australian history is deep and rich
Riverrun, the theatrical tour de force based on the final section of Finnegans Wake, devised and performed by Olwen Fouéré, in making the choice to dramatise the Liffey rather than the characters offers an unexpected but very clarifying innovation…