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Members of GV8 Octet of violinists who performed at the Cork Simon Women’s Little Christmas Lunch on Saturday the 3rd of January in Maryborough Hotel. In its 12th year running, over 250 women attended the fundraiser event with all proceeds going to supporting women in Cork Simon Community services. The annual event has raised over Ř250,000 for the homelessness charity to-date.
Pic John Sheehan Photography
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Carainn Bermingham, Ballinlough, with Theresa Molyneaux and Emily Lowry, Ballintemple, pictured at the Cork Simon Women’s Little Christmas Lunch on Saturday the 3rd of January in Maryborough Hotel. In its 12th year running, over 250 women attended the fundraiser event with all proceeds going to supporting women in Cork Simon Community services. The annual event has raised over Ř250,000 for the homelessness charity to-date.
Pic John Sheehan Photography
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Susan O'Neill, Douglas and Linda Fahy, Blackrock, pictured at the Cork Simon Women’s Little Christmas Lunch on Saturday the 3rd of January in Maryborough Hotel. In its 12th year running, over 250 women attended the fundraiser event with all proceeds going to supporting women in Cork Simon Community services. The annual event has raised over Ř250,000 for the homelessness charity to-date.
Pic John Sheehan Photography
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Claire Finucane and Eleanor Murphy, Glounthaune, pictured at the Cork Simon Women’s Little Christmas Lunch on Saturday the 3rd of January in Maryborough Hotel. In its 12th year running, over 250 women attended the fundraiser event with all proceeds going to supporting women in Cork Simon Community services. The annual event has raised over Ř250,000 for the homelessness charity to-date.
Pic John Sheehan Photography
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 Aideen Howard and John Bowman at the Abbey Theatre's 110th birthday celebrations . To mark its 110th birthday and to pay tribute to generations of theatre artists, the Abbey Theatre launched the first chapter of its Oral History Project. This is a living record of theatre-making across generations. Its purpose is to document the stories of many of Irelandís best loved theatre artists, great moments on and off stage, and our national theatreís contribution to Irelandís cultural, social and political life. 

Pic :Brian McEvoy
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Podcasts featuring a selection of the curated interviews is now available on http://www.abbeytheatre.ie/archives/the_oral_history_project/
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 Billie Morton and husband Aonghus McAnally at the Abbey Theatre's 110th birthday celebrations . To mark its 110th birthday and to pay tribute to generations of theatre artists, the Abbey Theatre launched the first chapter of its Oral History Project. This is a living record of theatre-making across generations. Its purpose is to document the stories of many of Irelandís best loved theatre artists, great moments on and off stage, and our national theatreís contribution to Irelandís cultural, social and political life. 

Pic :Brian McEvoy
No Repro fee for one use
Podcasts featuring a selection of the curated interviews is now available on http://www.abbeytheatre.ie/archives/the_oral_history_project/
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 Barry McGovern , Jess Doolan with Eamon Morrissey and Anne Morrissey at the Abbey Theatre's 110th birthday celebrations . To mark its 110th birthday and to pay tribute to generations of theatre artists, the Abbey Theatre launched the first chapter of its Oral History Project. This is a living record of theatre-making across generations. Its purpose is to document the stories of many of Irelandís best loved theatre artists, great moments on and off stage, and our national theatreís contribution to Irelandís cultural, social and political life. 

Pic :Brian McEvoy
No Repro fee for one use
Podcasts featuring a selection of the curated interviews is now available on http://www.abbeytheatre.ie/archives/the_oral_history_project/
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 Caroline Morahan and Olivia Morahan at the Abbey Theatre's 110th birthday celebrations . To mark its 110th birthday and to pay tribute to generations of theatre artists, the Abbey Theatre launched the first chapter of its Oral History Project. This is a living record of theatre-making across generations. Its purpose is to document the stories of many of Irelandís best loved theatre artists, great moments on and off stage, and our national theatreís contribution to Irelandís cultural, social and political life. 

Pic :Brian McEvoy
No Repro fee for one use
Podcasts featuring a selection of the curated interviews is now available on http://www.abbeytheatre.ie/archives/the_oral_history_project/
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 Actress Cathy Belton at the Abbey Theatre's 110th birthday celebrations over the weekend . To mark its 110th birthday and to pay tribute to generations of theatre artists, the Abbey Theatre launched the first chapter of its Oral History Project. This is a living record of theatre-making across generations. Its purpose is to document the stories of many of Irelandís best loved theatre artists, great moments on and off stage, and our national theatreís contribution to Irelandís cultural, social and political life. 

Pic :Brian McEvoy
No Repro fee for one use
Podcasts featuring a selection of the curated interviews is now available on http://www.abbeytheatre.ie/archives/the_oral_history_project/
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Susan O'Neill, Linda Foley, Marie Keane, Yvonne Cuddigan, Bridgette O'Keeffe and Sheena Lynch, Blackrock, pictured at the Cork Simon Women’s Little Christmas Lunch on Saturday the 3rd of January in Maryborough Hotel. In its 12th year running, over 250 women attended the fundraiser event with all proceeds going to supporting women in Cork Simon Community services. The annual event has raised over Ř250,000 for the homelessness charity to-date.
Pic John Sheehan Photography

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