Photo; Graham Davies on Facebook
In The Park, Winter 2018
The gas pipeline in a very wet town park.
The river rose much higher in the days after I took this photo.
Listowel Community Centre
Deserted tennis courts
Blown down sign
Bleak house….The Dandy Lodge in the background. 1916 commemorative garden in foreground.
Mad Speed Limit at Tim Kennelly Roundabout
Would you head into a roundabout at 60km per hour?
Wren Boys and Tarbert to Listowel walking race
When The Abbey Theatre produced Sive in 2014, some kind friends of the blog shared some of their memorabilia with us.
Kay Caball whose mother was the chair of the Drama Group kept the programme and some of the newspaper cuttings.
Margaret Dillon, who played Sive sent us this photograph of the cast visit to Dáil Eireann where Dan Moloney, T.D. received them and took them on a guided triumphal tour.
Kay Caball gave us the names of all the people in this photo.
Front Row From Left:
Jeffrey O’Connnor (Cahirciveen, Sheila Keane’s Husband)
Brendan Carroll (Carroll’s, William St)
Margaret Dillon (She played Sive)
John B. Keane
Cecile Cotter (‘Tasty Cotter’s’ daughter – Scully’s Corner used to be called Cotter’s Corner)
Dan Moloney T.D., (grandfather of Jimmy Moloney)
Second Row Left to Right
John Cahill, (Main St.,)
Hilary Neilsen, (Bridge Road)
Siobhan Cahill (Main St.)
Bill Kearney (Lr. William St. – where The Shebeen is now)
Harry Geraghty (Bank of Ireland or maybe National Bank?)
Mrs. Peggie Walsh ( The Square)
Back Row, Left to Right
John Flaherty (Charles St)
Margaret Moloney (Gurtinard)
Kevin Donovan (Upper William St)
Seamus Ryle (Nora Relihan’s brother)
Ina Leahy (Leahys, Market St)
Dr. Johnny Walsh
Peg Schuster (John B’s sister)