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Fianna Fáil Deputy for Roscommon-Galway, Eugene Murphy, has expressed his frustration regarding what he sees as “blatant cloak and dagger tactics” surrounding the report from the Athlone Boundary Committee.
“The Younger Women with their cloaks draped around their heads looked piquant enough, their faces had not unfrequently the sweetest expression of passion, and their lips pouted charmingly. The old fisher-wives, on the other hand, who sat near the casks and smoked damp tobacco in short clay pipes, had something witchlike and menacing about them.” So wrote Julius Rodenberg in 1860. He obviously had a thing for beautiful young Galway women as he also wrote about them elsewhere. As for the older women, I would say they just glared at him because he did not buy any fish. Otherwise, what he wrote could be true of our 1908 photograph.
The Cloak, a newly commissioned stage show written and directed by Irish artistic director Pádraig J Dunne is an explosion of Celtic song and dance showcasing the remarkable life of St Brigid of Kildare, which can only be described as spellbinding. Mr Dunne, who is known for his unique visionary techniques, will include a stunning audio visual presentation as part of the production shot in beautiful locations around Ireland including Glendalough, The Curragh, and Brittas Bay.
The Cloak - a newly commissioned stage-show written and directed by Irish artistic director Pádraig J Dunne showcases the remarkable life of St Brigid of Kildare, which can only be described as spell binding.