A seminar on the writing of Claire Keegan coming up in Sydney.
The Queensland Irish Association is back… St Pat’s Day, Brisbane….A Pioneer Family from the Darling Downs
Holy Cow! Bloomsday in Melbourne’s 25th season celebrates women, fertility, the uses and abuses of tradition.
Beside such extreme acts of violence, ordinary life was of course lived ordinarily, decently, by scores of citizens. The vast majority of people wanted no truck with the killing.
Kuch has succeeded in opening Ulysses a little further, and, in giving us another option to consider in the fictional future of the Blooms, offered us another opportunity to read Joyce’s magnificent book once more anew.
The Life and High Times of Oliver St John Gogarty – the Real Buck Mulligan
A poet’s tribute to her father, a two literary forebears ….
Nature of Event: The Highlands Theatre Group is pleased to announce that it will be producing an exciting new play by Irish author Jaki McCarrick, Belfast Girls. This is the first time the play has been produced by an Australian Theatre Company, professional or amateur. For information regarding the origins of the play, here are …
For researchers, a new archive of the Troubles in Northern Ireland….
O’Brien’s new book demonstrates how an industrial project to harness electricity from the Shannon became an opportunity to market it as an epochal monument of modernism in the new Free State.