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John Nolan accepts the award for Culture from Leader of the Council Cllr Peter Lamb

Celtic and http://westmeathchildcare.ie/viagra-generico Irish Cultural Society win the pfizer viagra canada award for Culture in Crawley Observer Community Awards.

It was celebrations all round as the Celtic and Irish Cultural Society took the honours at the recent Crawley Observer Community Awards at a gala event in The Hawth Theatre recently.  After months of preparation and with 300 nominations to consider by the judges made up of council officials, business leaders and staff of http://steljes.com/mysmartspaces/how-to-buy-viagra the […]

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Crawley commemorates the cialis for sale online Centenary of Dublin’s 1916 Easter Rising with a special event at The Hawth Theatre.

In keeping with the Irish Government’s plans for a year long global commemoration of the Easter Rising of 1916, with events organised by Irish Embassies and various organisations around the world Crawley’s Celtic and Irish Cultural Society contributed with a special event at The Hawth Theatre on Friday 4th November.

The event ‘One Easter Morn’ taken […]

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Crawley to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the 1916 Easter Rising with a special show at The Hawth Theatre.

 

As Ireland its people and diaspora around the world commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Easter Rising we the Celtic and Irish Cultural Society announce our own contribution as One Easter Morn a special evening of music, song, poetry and prose recalling the events of http://www.atrium-cbre.com/cialis-20-mg Easter Week 1916

One Easter Morn in The Studio of The Hawth […]

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Do you believe that Irish citizens abroad should have a vote….

Irish General Election Manifesto 2016

Cherishing all the children of the nation equally 2016
Worldwide survey of Irish citizens abroad on issue central to the pending General Election.
Check out Gerry Molumby’s survey http://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/Y8CFXL5 on voting rights for the viagra without a prescription Irish Abroad.
With only 5 multiple choice questions and an option if you […]

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A celebration for Crawley – Journey to the Fifth Province

A celebration performance for Crawley – Journey to the Fifth Province

Playing at The Hawth Theatre, Crawley on Sat 14 November, 7.45pm.

Did you know that Crawley’s Irish community has played a leading role in a theatre show that’s gone from strength to price of cialis strength touring the UK?
Now, coming full circle, the acclaimed and much loved Journey to […]

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John Mc Nicholl is headlining the Dome Stage

The 20th Annual Crawley Irish Festival promises to be the biggest and best yet.

The 20th Crawley Irish Festival on 30th August at The Hawth Theatre in Crawley has everything for everybody and promises to be the biggest and best yet.
John Mc Nicholl is headlining the Dome stage, the London Lasses and Chris O’Malley are topping the bill on http://najpiekniejsza.pl/womens-viagra the Traditional Stage, there’s a 7 hour music session in […]

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WIN A PAIR OF TICKETS TO SEE THE SPECTACULAR LORD OF THE DANCE: DANGEROUS GAMES IN THE WEST END

Crawley’s Celtic and Irish Cultural Society have teamed up Michael Flatley’s Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games to offer you the chance to win a pair of tickets to see this global dance phenomenon, back in the West End following a sell-out 2014 run.
Choreographed and directed by Michael Flatley, 40 of the world’s most outstanding […]

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PORTIA COUGHLAN at the OLD RED LION THEATRE …. Run ends Saturday 23rd MAY

LAST CHANCE TO SEE PORTIA COUGHLAN AT THE OLD RED LION THEATRE
★★★★ – “With the passionate impact of Greek drama this is a play to be seen.” – Remote Goat
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A ferocious, haunting and beautiful Irish tale by Marina […]

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The Tipperary Inn

The story behind the ‘It’s a long way to Tipperary’ song.

With the 100th anniversary commemorations of World War  in mind, Gerry Molumby visits the Warwickshire pub where the conflict’s most famous marching song was written, giving pause for thought…..
 
The Tipperary Inn, Ballsall Common, Nr Kenilworth in Warickshire.
I have been reflecting on the origins of its most iconic marching song ‘Its A Long Way To Tipperary.  […]

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