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Antient Concert Rooms 4 Sep 2017, 05:32 by John Simpson

Rooms for Antient Concerts   U 6.180 : Antient concert rooms. Nothing on there. Bloom is driven past the Antient Concert Rooms at No 42 Great Brunswick Street (now Pearse Street ...

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Antient CR - image.jpg 2 Mar 2013, 02:55 by John Simpson

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Bartell d'Arcy: background detail 20 Aug 2011, 01:19 by JJON Editors

A selection of extracts from the newspapers An early public performance in Dublin, when the singer was still advertised as ‘Mr. B. M‘Carthy’, rather than ‘Bartle M‘Carthy’: Exhibition ... artistic manner. Nation (1872) 15 February   One of the first ‘Flynn’ concerts in the Antient Concert Rooms in Great Brunswick Street (now Pearse Street). Note that as well as ‘Miss ...

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Flynn5 21 Jan 2015, 11:27 by John Simpson

The Misses Flynn’s grand annual concerts   U 8.417: There is not in this wide world a vallee. Great song of Julia Morkan’s. Kept her voice up to ... played at another of the celebration concerts in Dublin. This time it was a concert arranged by her aunts Elizabeth and Anne Flynn, doubtless with the assistance of her mother ...

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Dubedat 4 Sep 2018, 11:20 by John Simpson

Marie Dubedat – the Irish Nightingale       U 8.888-91: May I tempt you to a little more filleted lemon sole, miss Dubedat? Yes, do bedad. And she did bedad. Huguenot ... Joyce’s father, as an avid singer and opera-goer, was familiar – particularly the Antient Concert Rooms in Great Brunswick Street.            When Miss Du Bédat started her singing career in ...

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Flynn6 9 Jan 2015, 06:46 by John Simpson

Echoes of the Flynn family in “The Dead”   Many people have (correctly) heard echoes of the Flynn family in “The Dead” and other short stories in the Dubliners collection, and ... of a neighbour of the Flynns. The Flynns certainly held annual concerts in the Antient Concert Rooms in the 1880s and early 1890s. It seems that they held annual New ...

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St Mark's 29 Nov 2013, 12:51 by JJON Editors

The destruction of the open-air pulpit at St Mark’s     U 6.183-4 : They went past the bleak pulpit of saint Mark's, under the railway bridge, past ... in the graveyard.       Dignam's funeral cortege moves along Great Brunswick Street, past the  Antient Concert Rooms, past the remains of the open-air pulpit  (which was in the south ...

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Flynn4 9 Jan 2015, 06:45 by John Simpson

The Misses Flynn, their other brothers, and Mary Ellen Callanan   There is a cruel irony in the fact that the earliest references to the Misses Flynn as singers in the ... were two of them). After other performances, in the Peoples’ Concerts and at the Antient Concert Rooms, 2 the Misses Flynn appear at the Rotundo: Rotundo. This (Tuesday) Evening, October ...

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Pronunciations 4 Sep 2018, 11:39 by John Simpson

Pronouncing Joyce [Please wait for the pronunciation bars to load in the table below]                                              Introduction                              A - M                                       N - Z Proper names in Joyce's writing can be pronounced in Dublin ... railway terminus     /ˈe:miənz/     Annesley bridge At Annesley bridge the tram halted     /ˈænzl ɪ/     Antient Concert    Rooms Antient concert rooms. Nothing on there.     /ˈe:n ʃ( ə)nt/     Antrim A ...

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bunions 29 Nov 2013, 12:47 by JJON Editors

Lenehan’s bunions U 12.1226-8 : - Twenty to one, says Lenehan. Such is life in an outhouse. Throwaway, says he. Takes the biscuit, and talking about bunions. Frailty, thy ... a couple of column inches above a report of the Misses Flynn’s annual concert at the Antient Concert Rooms, at which Bartle McCarthy and “Mr. J S Joyce” (Joyce ...

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