TIB Memories Webinar: With the Tyneside Irish Brigade. Recruitment, deployment and public image.

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Our new Tyneside Irish Brigade Memories Project is proud to announce a series of webinars. TIB Memories Webinar: With the Tyneside Irish Brigade. Recruitment, deployment and public image. Here is the zoom link to the webinar to be used: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83168249018 The webinar will take place on Tuesday 26th May at 7pm and there will be […]

Free

TIB Memories Webinar – Fighting for the Family: The Home Front, 1914-1918

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Our new Tyneside Irish Brigade Memories Project is proud to announce a series of webinars. TIB Memories Webinar Fighting for the Family: The Home Front, 1914 - 1918 A webinar with Chloe Pieters, PhD Student, University College London Please click the link below to join the webinar: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83168249018 The webinar will take place on Tuesday […]

TIB Memories Webinar – The Impact of the First World War on Home Front Families in Britain

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Our new Tyneside Irish Brigade Memories Project is proud to announce a series of webinars. TIB Memories Webinar A webinar with Prof Heather Jones, University College London, Professor in Modern and Contemporary European History The Impact of the First World War on Home Front Families in Britain Please click the link below to join the […]

Tyneside Irish Festival – Irish Flute Workshop

Tyneside Irish Centre

A fun and friendly tune and ornamentation ensemble workshop on traditional Irish Flute and Whistle (wooden and silver flutes and D whistles high and low all welcome)

£10

Tyneside Irish Festival – Jigs to Jacobites

Tyneside Irish Centre

Dr Orfhlaith Ní Bhriain is course director at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, University of Limerick. Her book, Jigs to Jacobites: 4000 years of Irish history told through 40 traditional set dances will be brought to life with live dancing and multimedia displays.

Tyneside Irish Festival – Kathleen and Me (Film and talk)

Tyneside Irish Centre

A film by Janet Behan about her grandmother, Kathleen Behan. Not just a portrait of this extraordinary woman, but a vivid, eye-witness account of the birth of the Irish Republic. It’s full of great stories and songs, some of them written by Kathleen's brother, Peadar, writer of the lyrics to The Soldier's Song. Kathleen also talks candidly and movingly about her son, “little poet,” Brendan.

Tyneside Irish Festival – Sherburn Bartley Sanders

Tyneside Irish Centre

In 2016 Chris and Denny joined forces with Emily Sanders (fiddle/viola and vocals) and have since become a well-established trio, for the first time blending vocal harmonies and strings to underpin Chris and Denny’s unique sound, as well as providing a female lead vocal for some songs, and bringing a repertoire of English folk songs to complement the band’s more Celtic and traditional roots.

£10