Vermeer would have made much of it
Former footballer gives a riveting account of the workings of the fraud squad, from an insider’s perspective.
To enhance this understanding, there are two male actors on stage playing, respectively, Leopold Bloom (Chris Broadstock) and Blazes Boylan/Stephen Dedalus (Luke Belle). They also remain on stage, mostly in the background and provide visual context in the numerous vignettes or re-enactments of events referred to by the Mollys, including appearing as representations of various male characters.
Three new Irish or Irish Australian fictions reviewed by book-devourer, Frank O’Shea
Upcoming Melbourne Irish Studies Seminar on Heaney’s visit to Australia in 1994.
Analysing the Results by Jeff Kildea Most of the reporting on the outcome of the elections in May for the 90-member Northern Ireland Assembly (NIA) has concentrated on Sinn Féin’s winning the highest number of seats and the highest proportion of first preference votes (FPVs). Some have called it ‘historical’ and have referred to a …
A brilliant multi-layered Irish orphan story.
t wasn’t so much that I went to school, but rather that school came to me. In every single waking moment of my life school surrounded me. I never could escape from it. I breathed school air. I heard school sounds. I saw school everywhere. I felt the school pumping in my blood. How could this be?
Three award-winning Irish films at this year’s Sydney Film Festival
Bloomsday events in Melbourne.