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Timing is everything at Yeats launch
Irish Independent

Timing is everything at Yeats launch

"How much is it?" poet and playwright WB Yeats supposedly asked upon hearing he had nabbed the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1923. "How much is it?" poet and playwright WB Yeats supposedly asked upon hearing he had nabbed the Nobel Prize for ... Irish Independent, 1 week ago
Theo Dorgan on Yeats in Love by Annie West Irish Times, 2 weeks ago
Annie West on creating Yeats in Love Irish Times, 2 weeks ago

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Frank McNally on Yeats in love

Well hear a lot in this decade of centenaries about patriots who died for Ireland. But spare a thought for poor Maud Gonne who, despite living to old age, made a different, and near-ultimate, sacrifice. In refusing all the advances of WB Yeats, ...
 Irish Times1 week ago
Irish Independent

Mulcahy: O'Riordan airs long-standing gripe over Yeats's work Comment

Aodhan O'Riordan was one of many speakers at the launch of 'Yeats 2015' - a year-long cultural programme which celebrates Irish life through the prism of Nobel Prize-winner WB Yeats's work. While most were keen to praise the poet and playwright, the ...
 Irish Independent2 weeks ago Yeats2015 Launches with Open Invitation to Every Citizen in Ireland to Celebrate One of Our National Cultural Icons  Western Development Commission2 weeks ago
Irish Times

The Loafing Heroes: raggle-taggle songs about Casement and Kierkegaard

The Loafing Heroes sing the poetry of WB Yeats and TS Eliot, and the subject matter of their songs ranges from Irish revolutionary heroes to the devastation of losing a brother to suicide. They are based in Lisbon, but their lead singer is from ...
 Irish Times2 weeks ago
Irish Examiner

Yeats2015 a chance to celebrate an Irish icon

Yeats2015 will present a local, national and international series of exhibitions, performances, educational events, festivals, concerts, readings, talks and screenings in celebration of the literary icon, the first time Ireland will honour any one ...
 Travel News4 days ago Worldwide events to commemorate WB Yeats in 2015  RTE Online2 weeks ago Yeats, Henry, Osborne works feature in important Irish sales  Irish Examiner2 weeks ago
Irish Independent

18:40Rugby legends' tribute to Jack Kyle

The grandchildren of Ireland rugby legend Jack Kyle, (left to right) Calum, Jack, and Erin, carry a picture of W.B Yeats, an Irish cap and rugby jersey and a stethoscope belonging to their grandfather after a thanksgiving service in his memory ...
 Irish Independent2 weeks ago Obituary: Jack Kyle, rugby legend and humanitarian surgeon  Irish Medical Times1 week ago Ulick O'Connor: 'Jack Kyle had that serenity of those who are gifted supremely'  Irish Independent1 week ago Farewell to Dr Jack Kyle: rugby star and 'one of the great men'  Irish Independent2 weeks ago
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Irish Times

Cow pats but no bull: a cultural meeting place for myth and reality

What connects a block of ice at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, a cow pat in Carlow, the poetry of WB Yeats and Tom Murphy's play Bailegangaire? The answer is myth. A source of material, as well as a more indefinable set of inspirations, mythology ...
 Irish Times3 weeks ago
Irish Independent

End of battles which defined the days of Yeats, Maud Gonne and Sean MacBride

At the risk of being charged with some kind of retrospective sexism, it can be said that Maud Gonne was a bit of a looker in her day. The allure of those handsome, wistful-looking doe-eyed features still cast a spell for many who come upon her old ...
 Irish Independent3 weeks ago
BBC

Scottish subtlety wins the battle

William Butler Yeats wasn't at Celtic Park on Friday night, but his near century-old line about a "terrible beauty" would have made a handy intro had the Irish poet been perched in the press box with a typewriter at his fingers. Scotland's win ...
 BBC1 month ago
Irish Times

President recalls shared colonial past on African visit

It might have been a scene from Yeats's Among School Children, there in the Tierkidi refugee camp in Ethiopia's Gambella province on the borders with South Sudan. Mary T Murphy, from near Macroom in Co Cork, guided President Michael D Higgins from ...
 Irish Times1 month ago
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