Obituary: Barry Cassin
Later acting appearances included Conall Morrison's Tarry Flynn (Abbey Theatre, Dublin, 1997), Seamus Heaney's adaptation of Sophocles' Antigone (Peacock Theatre, Dublin, 2008) and a three-year spell in Reginald Rose's Twelve Angry Men (2000).
Only a leap of faith can banish spectre of the endgame haunting us: John Wilson Foster
We are still hugging our little destiny, as Heaney put it, instead of breaking out and breaking away. There is an unreached constituency out there - of the curious, energetic, entrepreneurial, the educated, cultivated, accomplished and credentialed ...
Seamus Heaney and the Hedge School of Glanmore
A new exhibition is open until March 31st at the Seamus Heaney HomePlace, Bellaghy, Co Derry, which focuses on Heaney's years in Glanmore, Co Wicklow. Using contemporary materials and interviews, Heaney gives his own account of the way in which ...
Kathy Sheridan: Fine Gael not the only ones to engage in inept political heaves
Seamus Heaney hardly had Leinster House on his mind when he wrote, “All throwing shapes, every one of them/Convinced he's in the right, all of them glad/To repeat themselves and their every last mistake”. It sounds like Leinster House though. On one ...