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Twinsome Minds in the Post-Chronicle

Twinsome Minds was mentioned in the March 30th issue of the CT Post-Chronicle, announcing the date of our Quinnipiac University performance. (pdf available here)

Twinsome Minds: Recovering 1916 in Images and Stories,” which uses an interplay of storytelling, animations, music and poetry to interpret Dublin’s Easter Rising for a new generation will take place from 5-6:30 p.m. on Monday, April 4, in the auditorium at the center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences on Quinnipiac University’s North Haven Campus, 370 Basset Road.

The Quinnipiac performance has been made free for the public  by For more information or directions, please visit quinnipiac.edu

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From IrishCentral: Quinnipiac and Irish Hunger Museum to host 1916 Rising events

Via IrishCentral, March 22,2016

On April 4, Quinnipiac will host the lecture, “Twinsome Minds: Recovering 1916 in Images and Stories,” from 5-6:30 p.m. in the auditorium of the Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences on the North Haven campus.

Twinsome minds, a phrase from Finnegan’s Wake, is a multimedia performed talk with text by Richard Kearney and images by Sheila Gallagher. The performance re-imagines a series of micro-narratives surrounding 1916 in Dublin and the World War I battlefields of Belgium.

For more information on 1916 Rising events hosted by Quinnipiac and the Irish Hunger Museum’s, visit IrishCentral.com

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Date Announced for Historiska, Stockholm

March 6, 2016 15:00-18:00

The Ambassador of Ireland, Orla O’Hanrahan, is pleased to invite you to Twinsome Minds, a Presentation and Lecture by Professor Richard Kearney to mark the 1916 Commemorations this year. The performance premiered at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin on 23 January, 2016…

Read more at historiska.se

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BU to host Twinsome Minds
Twinsome Minds in the Post-Chronicle
From IrishCentral: Quinnipiac and Irish Hunger Museum to host 1916 Rising events
Update: Twinsome Minds Spring Tour Part 1
Date Announced for Historiska, Stockholm