The sense of life’s possibilities that this family history suggests is intoxicating.
A new introductory class on Ulysses offered by Bloomsday in Melbourne Inc.
A warm invite to join with Irish music-makers in a family environment.
The death of Rob Butler is a great loss for the Tinteán editors.
I am regularly confronted, generally by ex-Catholics, who berate the Irish Christian Brothers as though the order has never made a worthwhile contribution to the formation of young men
MacGowan’s anarchic spirit is well served by Julien Temple, who writes and directs, bringing a lifetime of music filmmaking and a keen sense of place and time.
Jack Charlton, the subject of a new Irish film, showing at the Irish Film Festival.
The Irish Film Festival, online again 2021, runs from 3-12 September. Tickets available now. Film Review by Frances Devlin-Glass Death of a Ladies’ Man, Written and Directed by Matt Bissonette; Starring Gabriel Byrne; Cinematography by Jonathon Cliff. A co-production of Telefilm Canada and Screen Ireland. 2020. Available online as part of the International Irish Film Festival. …
A film featured in the forthcoming Irish Film Festival (online in 2021) about the versatile Phil Lynott. He could sing in so many styles from pop to metal.
I can honestly report that he went away, poor dear fellow, as well as could be expected. He was pale and had been crying and (Henry said) had broken down in the railway carriage after leaving Higham Station, but only for a short time…