Written by Dave Anderson, Tír na nÓg comes to Oran Mor this May and features BAA’s Annie Grace.
Tír na nÓg is “The Land Of The Young” in Celtic Mythology, where, if you’re heroic, or lucky enough, you go never to grow old. If you want to read the stories, there’s hunners…
In the modern world, where everyone seems to be searching for Eternal Youth, our Poet goes looking for…she doesn’t know what. Expect Tall Tales from the High Seas, Improbable Adventures, and songs.
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