‘The Six Lamps’ by Maxi
From Jam Art Factory.
The Six Lamps.
Celebrating Dublin’s 6 in a row.
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Tony Broughan dressed as Molly Malone prepares for the GAA Championship game between Dublin and Donegal, August 17, 2002
At Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital in Crumlin, Dublin.
The victorious Dublin football team arrives with the Sam Maguire Cup.
Meanwhile, in Mayo…
Mayo GAA writes:
Following yesterday’s All-Ireland Final, below are the details for Senior Team homecoming event:
2.00pm – Mayo Senior Football Teams depart Dublin for Mayo by Train
3.30pm – Gates open at Elverys MacHale Park
4.45pm – Mayo Senior Football Team expected to arrive at Elverys MacHale Park
Mayo senior football team homecoming (Mayo GAA)
Pics: Sinead Kissane/ Video: Dublin GAA
Former Dublin GAA captain Bryan Cullen at ODEON Cinema, Point Village with Morgan Freeman Savannah Keogh, Summer O Callaghan and Charlie O Reilly from St. Audoens NS, Dublin 8.
Following last week’s Odeon Cinemas 2015 All-Ireland Final competition to find the best fantasy GAA movie.
The winners of TWO family passes to the screening of Sunday’s All-Ireland at Odeon cinemas near them are:
The Mighty One – “The GAA, The Bad and the Ugly”; But Ruffage – “Cúl Hand Luke”
Close calls but later ruled out by hawk-eye:
Brian Melvin – “The Inglorius Bastick”; Watermeters – “Fast and Furiouser”; Scottser – “Black Card Down”; MickyD – “One Flew Over The Canal End”; Streetwise Here – “Hamburger Hill 16”; Stephen – “Hurl Interrupted”; Spaghetti Hoop – “Breaking Bad Ball” and Murtles – “The Bruise Brothers”.
Previously: Win All ireland Final Tickets
Johnny Litter Watch writes:
[Independent TD] Finian McGrath jumping on the Dubs bandwagon and breaking litter laws at the same time…
Steve Conlon writes:
Sunnybank Hotel in Glasnevin hedging its bets…
And would you like to play one in a show as part of the Dublin Fringe Festival?
“The show is called “FAIR BALLS T’YIS – A Football Opera”. It was originally made about football fans in Ghent by Belgian theatre company CAMPO/het KIP (see video and picture above) however we’re localising it here to be about Dublin GAA football fans.”
“The piece has a large ensemble cast of 50-100 people and we’re looking to recruit as many as people as possible to get involved from children to adults, anyone and everyone.”
“Anyone who is interested can email email@example.com or call (01) 6706 106.”