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The Irish Heritage Theatre, together with Plays and Players, is presenting the third play in Sean O'Casey's Dublin Trilogy. This one takes places during the Easter Rising.
It's Philadelphia Fleadh weekend with five stages of live Irish music in Bensalem. There's a also a beef-and-beer for the Philadelphia Mary from Dungloe, Glengesh in New Hope, and a musical tribute to Mother Jones, the Irish immigrant who helped organize Pennsylvania's coal miners. And more!
The first ever predawn 5K for Ireland's Pieta House in Philadelphia drew a large crowd who didn't seem to mind the early hour or the drizzling rain.
The Darkness Into Light 5K to raise money for the Irish organization that helps those considering suicide takes place rain or shine in Philadelphia tomorrow. Coming up: The Philadelphia Fleadh, next Saturday, with an outstanding lineup of bands.
The troupe's Destiny World Tour is coming to Reading in June. Máiréad Carlin talks about Irish music and dance and why it still resonates more than 20 years after Riverdance.
Play bingo for a designer bag and help the Irish Center later this week. Also on tap in May: The John Byrne Band, Slainte, a day of hurling, the "Darkness Into Light 5K" for Pieta House, a tribute to the late Bobby Sands and more.
About 1,000 people attended Philadelphia's commemoration of the centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising that was a steppingstone to Irish freedom.
It was a big concert that actually seemed like a much smaller and intimate gathering of friends. We have videos and photos.
Irish groups from all over the area will be in Philadelphia on Sunday to mark the 100th anniversary of the 1916 Easter Rising, which led to the formation of the Irish Republic.