Honorary PresidentDr Michael W Smurfit invites Friends, Members and ‘Sympathisants’ to join the MIAS for an evening with extracts from the plays of EUGENE O’NEILL, 1936 Nobel Prize Winner, the First American dramatist to win it. “Writing is my vacation from living” .… (more)
And as well as the Irish Library there is a Monaco-Ireland Arts Society which is dedicated to promoting Irish culture, by presenting the literary, dramatic and musical works of Ireland in the Principality of Monaco and its immediate environs..… (more)
The Princess Grace Irish Library has announced that James Joyce will be at the centre of its cultural theme for the year, focusing on his masterpiece Ulysses, as well as on Dublin and other cities that inspired the great author.… (more)
H.S.H Prince Albert of Monacoattended the performance by the Monaco-Ireland Arts Society on the works and sayings of Brendan Behan, the 20th Century’s most controversial Irish dramatist and drinker, at the Auditorium of the Lycée Techique… (more)
L’ombre du Grand Oscar. Prévue pour la fin du mois de mai, la conférence internationale… (more)
The Blarney Stone
By kissing the Blarney Stone at Blarney Castle, it is claimed that one can receive the “Gift of the Gab” (eloquence, or skill at flattery or persuasion). No matter which origin story you believe, all agree on one thing: you’ll leave the Castle with great eloquence and skill at flattery once you’ve puckered your lips and kissed the stone!
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West End Whingers
The West End Whingers is a London-based theatre blog which publishes humorous and satirical reviews of mostly West End theatre productions. The blog was founded in June 2006 by a pair of London bloggers known only as “Phil” and “Andrew“.
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