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Sisters of the Revolutionaries: The Story of Margaret and Mary Brigid Pearse.

Event: Book launch – Sisters of the Revolutionaries: The Story of Margaret and Mary Brigid Pearse” by Teresa and Mary Louise O’Donnell.
Guest Speaker: Mr Brian Crowley, Curator of the Pearse Museum.
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Writing: Act I is giving me trouble...

While I was on vacation over Christmas, I took an opportunity to review all of my notes for the actual events of the Uprising and to organize the events into some preliminary scene summaries. 455 more words

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"The Mother" by Patrick Pearse

The Mother

I do not grudge them: Lord, I do not grudge
My two strong sons that I have seen go out
To break their strength and die, they and a few,
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Thank you, dear Reader

This is a bit of a meandering story (with one new, previously unseen video), to while away some of the time between Christmas and the New Year. 1,631 more words

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Last Words, Liberty Hall

Liberty Hall, once described by the Irish Times as ‘the centre of social anarchy in Ireland’, it was the headquarters of the Irish Citizen Army and a focal point for radical politics in the years leading up to the Rising of 1916. 377 more words

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Christmas Fair in St. Enda's

Event: Christmas Fair in St. Enda’s /Arias of George Frederic Handel

Where: Pearse Museum, St Enda’s Park,
Grange Road, Rathfarnham, Co. Dublin, Ireland. D16 Y7Y5… 48 more words

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Research: This musical might be longer than I thought...

There have not been any posts since my book review because, at this point in the process, I have switched gears from “learning about the artform” to “learning about the topic.” As part of this early dive into research, I’m reading Thomas Coffey’s  1,001 more words

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