The blockbuster Star Wars, The Last of the Jedi, may not be the kind of movie that our readers fancy. Some of the action is set on Skellig Rock, featured in the October edition of Tintean. https://tintean.org.au/2017/10/06/a-day-on-skellig-rock/ You will find a poetic tribute to Skellig, released to coincide with the film, at https://www.independent.ie/life/travel/ireland/exclusive-stunning-360degree-video-of-skellig-michael-released-ahead-of-star-wars-36385775.html
The rebellious pirate queen, Grainuale (Grace O’Malley) is the subject of Kelly Gardiner’s talk for Brigidfest 2018
A 10-day cultural festival which will be celebrating the Irish culture and influence on Australia
Agus thagadh an áit sin
chugat aniar i mbrionglóid
i bhfad i ndiaidh a tréigthe:
The course itself was as much culture and music as language.
It is important to keep our Celtic languages alive, even far from our home countries
The records of the Chief Secretary of Ireland’s Office constitute one of the most valuable collections of original source material for research into Ireland in the nineteenth and early twentieth century.
Two events at the Celtic Club’s new venue for which early booking is recommended.
‘A Taste of Ireland – The Christmas Spectacular’, is Ireland’s most vivid portrayal from the Celtic heart.
2018 ISAANZ Irish Studies Postgraduate Essay prize