Screwball eggheads tear up the Library in ‘Travesties’, Tom Stoppard’s brilliant comedy about Joyce, Lenin and Tzara.
A new play by Irish-born Meg McNena that will tear at your heart-strings.
In a new play by Irish-Australian poet and playwright, Meg McNena, Pompey Elliott, inspires as husband, father, general, Anzac veteran, leader.
The An Post images tell the story of reconciliation: that both sides suffered as a consequence of war and also the 1916 rising.
The play powerfully captures in battle and at home the courage of Australian men and women.
Calls for Donations for a new play about WWI by Irish-Australian poet, Meg McNena.
Meleady makes very clear that he does not accept much of the previous scholarly and political consensus concerning Redmond’s alleged personal and political shortcomings.
1917 was a bitter year – probably the most bitter in white Australia’s history – but also one of which Irish Australians can be proud.
How the ‘Warwick egg incident’ of 1917 exemplified an Australian nation divided.
A major event in the formative history of Warwick will be brought to life and celebrated around the town on Saturday, November 18th November.