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
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
A study of the role of food in the cultural life of Ireland, its austerity and changes over time.
‘Jigs to Jacobites’ provides information about the origins and developmental pathways of forty dance tunes.
This personal journey of the author, on the death of his father, inspires in him an enduring respect for the ancient rituals
‘The Rise of Irish Australia’ is now available for streaming.
An astounding number of voluntary charitable institutions sprang up in Dublin in the early eighteenth century.
A new history of Australia to be launched on 20 November at Newman.
Eureka’s Children’s annual Eureka Democracy Award Dinner