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 …
The Melbourne Celtic Club’s Cultural Heritage Committee is holding a series of commemorative events
Never has Ireland looked so colourful and sunny as it has in this film.
In order to re-create the atmosphere of Coole Park House, the concert will take place in the recital room of Buckleys of Dunnolly, which hosts a beautiful grand piano.
one imagines that, as with all oral story-tellers, the verse tethers memory to the story’s emotional highs and lows.
The Celtic Club have got some very exciting news!!
What a rarity it is to be seduced by the sound of the human voice and the beauty and rhythm of the spoken word:
The 100th Anniversary of the 1916 is next year and the Club has plans to celebrate in style.
The book really gets into its stride examining the ins and outs of the Kelly trial – especially the ineptitude of Kelly’s lawyer.