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‘It’s the culmination of everything I have ever done’

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AN ELDERLY woman, rapidly going senile, lies bedridden, where, to the distress of her daughters, she persists in telling and re-telling a strange story, yet never comes close to finishing it.

Saying the Rosary together...

Donall MacAmhlaigh was one of those tens of thousands who took the boat to Holyhead during the 1950s. Born in Knocknacarra, Galway, in 1926 into an Irish-speaking family, he worked in a series of jobs after leaving school aged 15, before joining the Army in 1948. Unable to find work after three years in the Army he emigrated to Britain where so many of his friends and neighbours had gone before him. His first job was a live-in stoker in a hospital in Northampton until low pay tempted him to swap security for the higher wages of life as a navvy.

New staging of An Beal Bocht in Town Hall

BELFAST’S AISLING Ghéar Theatre Company come to the Town Hall studio next week with their hilarious staging of Flann O’Brien’s classic comic novel An Béal Bocht/The Poor Mouth.

 

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