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Claremorris ballad singer Delia Murphy, of ‘The Spinning Wheel’ fame, will be remembered tomorrow in the Museum of Country Life, Turlough, to launch National Heritage Week at the museum.
Next Friday, August 15, from 11am to 1pm the museum will host a Knitting: Not Just for Nanas drop in event. Start a new project or get help finishing an old one. Learn a new skill for life. Holiday makers and beginners welcome. No booking required. This event is suitable from seven years and up.
The life and legacy of Mayo-born ballad singer and legend Delia Murphy is celebrated in I’ll Live ‘til I Die at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday, February 7 at 8pm.
La Zona next up at Ballina Film Club
Ballina Arts Centre will be the venue for a unique celebration of the life of singer, Delia Murphy on Thursday March 26, at 8pm. I’ll Live ‘til I Die: A celebration in story and song of the iconic Delia Murphy will be a night of stories and songs made famous by Delia. Presented by Aidan O’Hara (RTÉ’s Fáilte Isteach, and author of the popular biography on Delia I’ll Live ‘til I Die), the evening will feature songs such as ‘The Spinning Wheel’ and ‘If I were a Blackbird’, sung by Joyce O’Hara and accompanied by Aidan. Reading and commentary by Carmen Cullen niece of Delia Murphy, and author of poetry books and children’s dramatist, from her novel Two Sisters Singing, a family memoir with a fictional base inspired by the personality of her famous aunt. Delia Murphy (born February 16 1902 in Claremorris, Co. Mayo, died February 11 1971 in Dublin) was a world famous singer and collector of Irish ballads.