Posts Tagged ‘Colm Tóibín’

Beloved author of the novel Brooklyn and many others, Colm Tóibín will read from his latest novel, House of Names, to celebrate its paperback release....

This past Friday I was honored to be among those treated to the best the Irish Arts Center has to offer. The overriding sentiment of the night was that when...

How it’s New York: Taking place at Symphony Space in New York City How it’s Irish: Benefit Performance for the Building Fund of the Irish Arts Center Get...

Philomena Connors saw Colm Toíbín's, "Brooklyn", at the New York Film Festival and enjoyed the subtly powerful story, beautiful costumes and stunning scenes...

You haven't really experienced "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" until you have heard it come alive in the voice and movements of Fiona Shaw and dancer/mime...

Author/playwright Colm Tóibín talked about "Testament of Mary," the anguished mother, living in New York and Dublin.

Sheila Houlihan read Colm Tóibín's novella "The Testament of Mary" after visiting the Holy Land, and finds a different Mary than she knew before: "a Mary...

How it’s New York:  Well, his last novel was called Brooklyn…and recently was a lecturer at Princeton. How it’s Irish:  The author is, of course.  He’s...

Want to know more about being from a New York Irish family?  This year, Glucksman Ireland House’s theme for University day is “Who Do We Think We Are?  The...