On The Fringe

ICYM "On the Fringe," it featured The Heritage Council and Lego, a book on Bloody Sunday and the reopening of Theatre Royal

The Heritage Council is asking children to create pieces with Lego

The Heritage Council is calling on children across the country to put their imagination to good use this summer by using Lego bricks to recreate their favourite example of Irish built, natural or cultural heritageThe competition is open to children aged between four and twelve years, with two age categories. I found out more On the Fringe by chatting to Wildlife Officer with the Heritage Council, Lorcan Scott..

The Bloodied Field was first published in 2014. It's a book by journalist Michael Foley, that tells the story of Bloody Sunday and the shootings in Croke Park on November 21st 1920, that left 14 people dead. Michael has spent years researching the events that lead to that day, the aftermath of the tragedy, and the human stories behind the statistics. On this the 100th anniversary of the atrocity, The Bloodied Field has been re-published, with additional information and details. I spoke to Michael about it..

After months of planning, Theatre Royal is due to reopen in August, with Pat Kinevane the first performer on August 13th. The shows come thick and fast from then on, but as Manager Mary Boland tells me, a huge amount of work has gone on in the background to make the theatre safe for performers and audiences. Have a listen to our chat...

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