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.
See a page from the new book, "Dance in the Rain."
The Upper Dublin music teacher and 2014 Grammy nominee has a new composition debuting at an international youth orchestra concert at Carnegie Hall, and his new percussion solo book is second runner up in a reader poll sponsored by DRUM! magazine.
Of all the murals that artist Cesar Viveros has created, the 4,239-square-foot mural that will soon adorn the side of the new St. Malachy School in North Philly has the most special meaning. It will commemorate the visit of Pope Francis to Philadelphia.
Ireland's foremost classical guitarist and a scholar-singer will be performing the Irish traditional songs from the works of one of Ireland's most celebrated writers--himself a singer--at the Rosenbach Museum on June 13. It's all part of the museum's annual Bloomsday celebration.
The Irish Heritage Theatre's presentation of Sean O'Casey's master work—the first play of his Dublin Trilogy—debuts next week.
Irish guitarist Tony Byrne comes to town March 27 with Pulse of the World: Celtic Connections, tabla player Zakir Hussain's marriage of Celtic and Indian traditional music.
The Ardmore resident who traces her heritage back to Achill Island, County Mayo, has a new exhibit at The Shipley School in Bryn Mawr. You can also see her work at the Philadelphia International Airport--appropriate for her flight-inspired paintings.
Along with football--Celtic GFC supporters descend on Philly this weekend and the Super Bowl will be playing on all screens at the Irish Center on Sunday--there are plenty of high-brow events, including a new play from Inis Nua, an old play from George Bernard Shaw, and an opera based on the works of Oscar Wilde. And more, of course.