Celtic – Irish Plays and Irish Theatre
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|Anonymous. Robinson Crusoe. Ireland’s Greatest Pantomime. Dublin, Gaiety Theatre, 1974. 10.5 cm x 22 cm. 12 pages. Original softcover pamphlet. Excellent condition with only very minor signs of external wear.
Includes the following sections: Maureen Potter / Danny Cummins / Michael O’Dea / Vernon Hayden / Barbara Brennan / Cecil Nash / Ursula Doyle / Thelma Ramsey / Edward Ward-Mills / George Henry / Captain Hanson’s Chimpanzees / The Tangier Troupe / Cast List / Synopsis of Scenes.
Keywords: Ephemera, Gaiety Theatre, Irish History, Irish Interest, Irish Plays, Pantomime, Theatre
|Ashton, Robert / Michelburne, John. Two Historical Plays: The Battle of Aughrim, or the Fall of Monsieur St. Ruth / Ireland Preserved, or the Siege of Londonderry. Dublin, C.M. Warren, No date [c.1880] 9 cm x 14 cm. 144 pages. Softcover / Original, titled brochure. Good condition with signs of external wear. Damage to corners of front page. Spotting on page edges, front and rear page and several pages within. Otherwise clean inside and intact.
Robert Ashton; author of Battle of Aughrim or the Fall of Monsieur St. Ruth, a verse tragedy in five acts, first seen in 1728; Dublin edns. of Aughrim in 1756, 1771, 1777, 1780, 1784, 1814, 1839, 1841; another in Strabane, 1785, and one in Limerick, 1819; often printed with Michelburne’s Siege of London-Derry; also wrote unprinted comedy, Love is the Conqueror, and is the prob. author of Congratulatory Poem to Dean Swift (1725), Poem in Honour of the Royal Society of Journeymen Shoemakers (1726), and Poem on the Birth-day of Her Late Majesty Queen Anne (1726), all printed in Dublin as folio sheets by a student of TCD; The Battle of Aughrim, called ‘the Ulster folk play par excellence’ (J. R. R. Adams), was revived in Camden Town, London, in 1990.” (Ricorso)
Keywords: 18th Century Literature, 19th Century, Irish Drama, Irish History, Irish Literature, Ulster
|O Suileabhain, Micheal Eoin. Taidbhdhearc na Gaillimhe. [Galway Theatre] Sciúrtóir na Léirite, Proinnsias Mac Diarmada, no year (c.1928). 17.8cm x 12.2cm. 2 page folded cardboard. Original illustrated softcover. Excellent condition with only minor signs of external wear. Probably card for opening play of the theatre.
Stiurthoiri: Seamus De Bhilmot (Cathaoirleach – Manager) An t-Ollamh Liam O Briain; Captin Sean O Conhubhair/ An t-Ollamh D. O Murchadha.
Keywords: Irish Plays
|O’Toole, James. Man Alive – A Comedy in Three Acts. Dublin, Allen Figgis, 1962. Small Octavo. 120 pages. Original hardcover with dustjacket in protective Mylar. Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. Exlibris of preowner on endpaper.
Keywords: Irish Plays, Irish Theatre
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