But, I love it. I love rolling into a town and I love meeting new people and spending time getting to see their community. It’s very different from flying in and flying out and the usual fast-paced tour life. In the last few years pre-COVID things had gotten so fast, the bus couldn’t keep up with my schedule, so I was flying a lot more and I missed the bus pace.
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.
The fact that such a masterful piece of cinema is the debut feature film for writer and director Tomás Ó Súilleabháin, and the outstanding performances of Dónal Ó Héalai, Dara Devaney and young Saise Ní Chuinn speaks volumes for the maturity and depth of talent present in the Irish film industry today.
This documentary warrants many viewings for a full appreciation of Steve Cooney, a hero of Irish traditional music. But with just one viewing, there’s eating and drinking in it.
A new film about an Irishwoman who attempted to assassinate Mussolini.
Reports from the Irish Film Festival, Melbourne
Today! New Irish Films coming to Melbourne
Celtic Club Activities and Events for April
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