Nature of Event: A New Film about the Famine Wild Goose Lodge Trailer ‘Wild Goose Lodge’ is set in rural Ireland in 1816 and is based on a true story. It is a harrowing tale of love, betrayal, revenge and death – themes that are universal and will appeal to a global audience. Known as …
A one-man meditation on memory, mortality, identity, ambition, desire, loss, waning powers and more, Krapp’s Last Tape comes to Melbourne in Laurence Strangio’s production precisely 60 years after its first performance at London’s Royal Court
Remembering Famine Orphan Girls at Williamstown
The Treaty settlement almost a hundred years ago led to the Irish Civil War; the outcome of the backstop talks over the next few months could be just as momentous.
As a border child from the counties of Tyrone and Derry, I have seen the hard border, that no one wants again. I remember the salmon smuggling, the customs officers on both sides
Hurling is coming to Australia. At stake is the beautiful Wild Geese Trophy
Presidential Election, Booker Prize Winner from NI, Travellers, Listowel, and more….
A study of the role of food in the cultural life of Ireland, its austerity and changes over time.
Throughout WWII, agents were sent to Ireland from Germany with instructions to communicate with German military intelligence. Richard Hayes broke most of these ciphers.
‘Jigs to Jacobites’ provides information about the origins and developmental pathways of forty dance tunes.