mega 23x16_Pearl_Berg_am_liam-font2 80kbBrendan Connellan’s DEATH, PLEASE!, which is directed and produced by Brendan, is opening on Tuesday, March 11th at Theatre Row, 410 West 42nd St., NYC. There will be six shows running through Sunday, March 16th. Evening shows on Tuesday at 7, Wed-Sat at 8. Afternoon matinees Wed and Sat at 2 and Sunday at 3. The cast (in alphabetical order) are Alessia Sushko, Amit Gupta, Brendan Connellan, and another AWoW member, John Moran. No intermission. 70 minutes


For AWOW, instead of the $21.25 cost via Telecharge, go to the ticket price is $17.25 with a lower service fee! Use the code TRAWOW.


Screen Shot 2014-03-08 at 2.01.31 PMPeter Quinn, Honor Molloy  and others will be discussing “Dagger” John Hughes and the Rise of Irish New York at the Museum of the City of New York, 1220-1227 Fifth Avenue, Thursday, March 13pm, 6:30pm. Free for museum members, $12 students/seniors, $16 general public. 





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Eamon Loingsigh‘s new book “Light of the Diddicoy” will be released at Le Poisson Rouge, 158 Bleecker St. in NYC’s Greenwich Village on March 12, 6pm. It’s a free event and books will be available. 



557589_10151295517547308_1310266587_nJoin IFNY, The Irish Film Board and Under the Milky Way for a screening of the critically acclaimed film Good Vibrations in cele
bration of the iTunes release of four Irish films this March. Where: Wythe Hotel Screening Room, Wythe Hotel, 80 Wythe Avenue, Brooklyn. When: Friday, March 14th @ 7:30 pm. Tickets: $10.00 (available for purchase online


maxresdefault-2Artists Without Walls will be presenting the University College Dublin Choral Scholars in a fund raising event called Sailing Away: Songs of Farewell, a program filled with songs of love, loss, parting, immigration and the sea at St. Peter’s Church Chelsea, 346 West 20th St., New York City, Saturday, March 15th, 7:30pm. 

 Listen to “Parting Glass” 


Special guest, historian/author Peter Quinn, will share stories of his family’s immigrant experience.  “Peter Quinn is a poet and an historian and one of our finest storytellers,” said National Book Award winner Colum McCann.   Click here for tickets $20


1779117_10151987791284013_992647065_nHonor Finnegan will be performing in a tribute to Patty Griffin at Rockwood Music Hall, 196 Allen Street, NYC, on Saturday, March 15, 8pm.