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French soldiers in World War I carried Joan of Arc’s image into battle at Ardennes, at Charleroi, at the Marne. They wore medals bearing her face around their necks, and tucked her picture into the pockets of their uniforms.
THE NEW name to watch out for in Irish cinema could well be the Oughterard born actress, writer, director, and producer, Amy-Joyce Hastings.
Local drama group Compántas Lir brings its awardwinning production of the classic American comedy The Curious Savage to the Town Hall Theatre in Galway this weekend.
Local drama group Compantas Lir brings its awardwinning production of the classic American comedy The Curious Savage to the Town Hall Theatre in Galway next week.
In 1966, young actress Sabina Coyne from Mayo was one of the cast of Insurrection, RTE’s TV series dramatising the events of 1916 and marking the 50th aniversary of the rising. At that time, she took her part among the cast, not knowing, but I suppose, not ruling out either, that 50 years on, she would be on the podium in O’Connell St to mark what will be a much more spectacular commemoration, in April 2016. All of that was two years before she met her life partner Michael D, before the beginning of their eventful journey that has brought them full circle, into the centre circle with the spotlights on full blast.
The St Patrick’s Day parade in Kilkenny is shaping up to be just one exciting part of an action-packed day in the city.
The vocal star of the Oscar-nominated movie, The Secret of Kells, Christen Mooney (13) has agreed to be the Grand Marshall for this year’s St Partick’s Day Parade in Kilkenny.
Keira Knightley's latest big screen role as the 18th century aristocrat Georgiana, the Duchess of Devoshire proves that the actress' superb performance in last year's Atonement wasn't just a flash in the pan.
COMEDIENNE, ACTRESS, and ventriloquist Nina Conti was born and raised in the Hampstead area of London surrounded by intellectuals, actors, and artists.
Athlone Little Theatre promises local audiences one of their funniest nights for years as Paddy Martin’s hilarious production of The Colleen Bawn by Dion Boucicault gets under way from Sunday April 19.