Every morning, Tommy would go to the market.
A night watchman once persuaded a very young Joe not to run away from home…
Did Malachy ever see President Kennedy?
In my 20s, I danced up to the day before I was married. The night before, I sneaked out to the dance, the National or one of them. I couldn’t stop, I loved to dance.
“It’s the cows I remember most, I used to be terrified.” Deirdre was born and still lives in Stoneybatter, and remembers the cows…
An intriguing visit from St Anthony to Tommy’s childhood home…
Gretta takes us for a walk through the streets of Dublin of her childhood, in the 30s and 40s.
Tony will read his story, “Walking to school on a winter’s morning” on Sunday at 2.15pm, in Smock Alley theatre, as part of the Silver Thread event for the International [...]
On Sunday, Catherine will read her story, “The bogeyman of Fitzgibbon Street”, in Smock Alley theatre, as part of the Silver Thread event for the International Literature Festival. [...]
Frank Cullinane will read his story, “Green bananas and the union representatives”, at the Silver Thread event for the International Literature Festival in Smock Alley Theatre on May [...]
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