In the May 24 Irish World


Enda Kenny’s suggestion that a protestor’s Manchester accent makes her less Irish is heavily criticised and is said to reveal a wider attitude of Irish people to people with UK accents.

Daniel O’Donnell’s mother Julia passes away at the age of 94.

Peter O’Toole is remembered at Old Vic celebration.

London Irish bid farewell to their home Sunbury after 83 years. We have full picture coverage.


Both the film Maleficent, starring Angelina Jolie, and Sky series Penny Dreadful are launched and we have special features on both. 

We chat to director Steph Green about Run & Jump, the new film starring Maxine Peake, Edward MacLiam and Will Forte. 

Playwright Lorraine Mullaney tells us about her play Unclouded Judgement, one that takes archetypes of womanhood and subverts them.

We chat to the three Irish actresses starring in Laundry and Bourbon as part of the LOST Theatre’s One Act Festival. 



A six strong Galway contingent talk about how they plan to hurt their home county when London’s footballers take on Galway this Sunday at Ruislip in their Connacht Championship quarter-final.

We have an in depth interview with The Exiles’ Philip Butler.

Match report of London’s hurlers triumph over Laois. 


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