Tyneside Irish Cultural Society


      "Supporting the Irish community throughout the North East"  


www.tynesideirishculture.co.ukwww.tynesideirish.com ♣ 0191 261 0384


 TICS seeks to promote Irish culture in the North East of England through a number of concerts, classes, forums, and music and drama workshops. We have recently discovered a number of resources which will form the basis a new heritage collection, made accessible by Co-Curate.

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from Tyneside Irish Cultural Society (flickr)
Wrigley Pic 2

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Roisin, Claire and Kevin

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from Tyneside Irish Cultural Society (flickr)
TheLongNotes

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from Tyneside Irish Cultural Society (flickr)
Kris Drever and Eamon Coyne

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from Tyneside Irish Cultural Society (flickr)
St Paddys Day 2

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from Tyneside Irish Cultural Society (flickr)
Paddy Keenan Pic's

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Tyneside Irish Centre

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Image from page 104 of "Great Irishmen in war and politics" (1920)

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An Easter mumming play, possibly performed in Ireland.

Pinned by Graham Webster
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China Town

Pinned by Peter Smith
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Neighbourly communities, St Andrew's Street

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  • Shaun Chapman on Dec. 15, 2015, 9:31 p.m.

    Some very interesting resources here - I will return to explore further in the near future.
    Thanks for the goodwill.

    Shaun

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