A feisty recreation of Ireland’s ancient epic.
Event: Outside Mullingar, directed by Helen Ellis for Mordialloc Theatre Company. A relatively new play by John Patrick Shanley of New York, set in rural Ireland. It’s a romantic comedy about two young people living in adjacent farm-houses but whose history is somewhat hostile. Where: Shirley Burke Theatre, 64 Parkers Rd. Parkdale When: 17 Feb.-4 March 2017 …
Theatre Review by Frances Devlin-Glass John Patrick Shanley: Outside Mullingar, Mordialloc Theatre Company, directed by Helen Ellis, seen 17 Feb. 2017 John Patrick Shanley is a prolific Irish-American playwright (23 to date), most famous for his Pulitzer-prize-winning play, Doubt: A Parable (2004), which was turned into a movie that was nominated for 5 Oscars, and …
The inaugural talk for the Irish History Circle Revisited is about to happen.
There will be two speakers for first meeting: Brian Gillespie and Maeve O’Leary.
Nicholas was was a Gaelic scholar and one of the founders of the Celtic Club.
As the Lunch event this coming Sunday has sold out, the organisers are offering a limited number of Talk-only tickets at $15. Phone Anne on 03 9852 0074 or book on Trybooking Event: Brigidfest 2017 Where: The Celtic Club 316-320 Queen Street, Melbourne, Vic 3000 When: Sunday 12 February 2017 from 12 pm Cost: $42 Sorry to …
for him nothing remotely matched these Irish events in importance.
Plunkett’s appointment to this senior judicial post in the colony was the first appointment of a Catholic to a significant position of legal authority.
‘How the hell did you get involved in that?’
I peel back happiness from the soil,