The recent European and Local elections held in Ireland provided some interesting and significant results in both parts of the island.
Since its first edition in February 1989, the ‘Irish Echo’ has not missed an issue
We may not sound Irish, but have a strong sense of our Irish-Australian identity. We’re a largely-untapped resource with much to contribute to Irish-Australia.
A miscellany of news items from the press.
The Sunburnt Symposium is now part of the Australian daonscoileanna, the summer and winter Irish language intensives and also featured in some Australasian Irish Studies conferences.
Screwball eggheads tear up the Library in ‘Travesties’, Tom Stoppard’s brilliant comedy about Joyce, Lenin and Tzara.
European elections, murder, the courts, two true Dubs
Report by Shauna Stanley A Lifetime of Stories (2019) launched at the Irish Film Festival. It is a multilingual short feature, spanning less than 40 minutes, written, produced and directed by the Director of the Festival Enda Murray, as an open access project available for free viewing on Youtube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYPJ18eJn24 The film features five older …
He came from nothing, but his success left him isolated and alone.
Written and performed by James McCaughey who is a regular contributor to Tintean. It also features Matthew Horsley on uilleann pipes VLAD & ME Conversations with the soul about reincarnation and other inconveniences 4 — 5 JUNE 2019 Southbank Theatre, The Lawler PRESENTED BY Redfinch productions ‘Mr President, when I look into your eyes I see a …