Who are the Tatty Tenors of Brisbane, and their history….
We are aware that there are many people within our community who go beyond the call of duty, giving freely of their time and energy, to ensure that Irish culture continues to flourish.
‘This is an Irish novel that is afraid of nothing, least of all of being thought of as an Irish novel.’
Democratic Opposition to War:
The 1916-17 Anti-Conscription Campaigns: Impacts and Legacies
A Newsflash from our Special Eurovision Reporter, Genevieve Rogers Brendan Murray brought his ‘A’ game to the second Semi Final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 – but it was not enough for Ireland to qualify for the Grand Final of this year’s competition in Kyiv. For the fourth year in a row, Ireland has …
Mother’s Day Celebrations and live music at the Celtic Club
Why do we hear so little about Michael Davitt’s place in Irish history?
Was he the most important leader of contemporary Ireland?
Because our families contain everything and, late at night, everything makes sense.
A young woman of 23 might have seemed a pliable appointment as a teacher at Glenmaggie, but Clara Weeks, who opened the school in June 1875 to public cheering, proved otherwise.