This documentary warrants many viewings for a full appreciation of Steve Cooney, a hero of Irish traditional music. But with just one viewing, there’s eating and drinking in it.
6TH ANNUAL IRISH FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES FULL PROGRAM The popular annual Irish Film Festival returns from 19 – 29 November with its biggest line-up ever. Moved online this year due to COVID-19 restrictions, cinephiles all over Australia can now catch the best new Irish cinema releases without leaving their homes. The online festival program is packed …
It means once in a lifetime
That justice can rise up
And hope and history rhyme.
Sinead Davies has painted fellow Irish-born Australian Claire Dunne, OAM, and the painting was shortlisted for the Archibald Prize.
11th November: does this date have an uncanny talismanic quality?
Adelaide is certainly a fortunate place to live during Covid19.
A Report by Peter Gavin The Celtic Club Melbourne was successful in securing a grant under the Emigrant Support Programme to restore the Club’s founders’ picture and create a digital copy and a smaller print copy. This magnificent and invaluable collage painting is a historical document featuring the Club’s initial purpose in supporting Home Rule, …
An Elegy for the Corncrake (On September 26 2020 local bird watcher Jared Clarke saw a corncrake on the South- east coast of Newfoundland.) Crek craik, crek craik crek craikNear noon on that Saturday mornon the boggy bake apple barrensflushed out by the spottersat a droke close Cape Race.You were only just a couple hours …
Born and raised, in a large Catholic family in the much-troubled Ardoyne district, violence surrounded Mary McAleese’s life from the beginning.
The Fenians were an oathbound and highly secret group of ruthless killers, who were much more adept than those presented here.