St Patricks Day in Spring is upon us!
Launch of the 18th Lake School
Live Music at the Celtic club
Many of the participating poets had been enthusiastic supporters of the Gaelic League – Irish language advocates, poets, playwrights, newspaper writers on cultural and socialist matters. Their loss must have been a severe one to the emergent Free State.
This comical musical was a great night’s entertainment
it was a terrible beauty because of the fundamental transformation of the legend of Ireland and her people which it initiated and the transition to a new Ireland which it inaugurated – for Ireland was indeed to be ‘changed, changed utterly’.
Event: LFAR National Republican Constitutional Convention Dinner Date: Thursday 14th April 2016 Venue: Celtic Club – 320 Queen St, Melbourne @ 6:30pm Cost/RSVP: $50 inc Entree & Dinner or free with no dinner. Pay on night or via TryBooking Further Information:firstname.lastname@example.org or call Daniel White on 0400945239 LFAR National Dinner 2016 (2) LFAR is proud to host our inaugural …
There is a lot to get excited about on this St. Paddys Week!
Lots of activities happening in the club for the 1916 centenary.
STEVE GOME, recently nominated for a Green Room Award, plays Peter, the toy soldier, in The Plough and the Stars, O’Casey’s classic tragic-comedy about the Easter Rising, and has been reflecting on a play he increasingly admires: A bunch of people crammed by circumstance into a confined area who know each other – as family, friend or foe …