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Margaret McKenna Mullan is back in The Dean Crowe Theatre for one night only on Thursday, March 22, with her play, All For The Love Of Mammy.
Margaret Mc Kenna Mullan is back with her play All for the Love of Mammy, showing at Tuar Ard Arts Centre in Moate on Saturday, October 7, from 8pm.
Margaret Mc Kenna Mullan is back in Roscommon Arts Centre with her new play All for the Love of Mammy, directed by Jackie Madden and performed by the No Fixed Abode group.
Poor Irish women. The journey from Peig Sayers to Miriam O’ Callaghan has not been an easy one, and for many women simply unattainable. While in that time, men have found new confidence in the worlds of business, science, sport, teaching and the professions (even having the confidence to wreck the country in a spectacular fashion, as they did some years ago), women, in a patriarchal society, are still struggling to find their own expression, to escape the dominance of the Catholic Church, and, in the views of author Emma Comerford, ‘to control the tendency towards alcohol abuse and other manifestations of low self-esteem’.
The Kilkenny winner of the 2011 Grandparents of the Year competition was announced this week and Betty Walsh from Kilkenny was crowned the Kilkenny winner.