Coming soon to The ICC Canton
Coming Friday, September 19th at 7.30pm
Maurice Fitzpatrick, writer & director of a new documentary for the BBC presents the story behind
Tony Award winning playwright Brian Friel's masterpiece, 'Translations', and gives a lecture presentation on and screening of his work.
He will show how in Translations Friel attempted to use drama and language to overcome
the communal conflict that beset the North of Ireland.
Tickets are $12 (ICC Members $10). Call the ICC office on 781 821 8291 to reserve.
Music /Games this weekend at the ICC
Friday Night Beginner Traditional Session at 7pm / Advanced Session at 8pm - Everyone Welcome
Friday Night 9/19- TBA
Saturday Night 9/20 - Stuart Peak & Friends
What started out as Ryan Kelly & Neil Byrne performing a live show together called ‘Acoustic by Candlelight’ has now developed
into the recording of their Billboard World Album Chart #1 ‘Acoustically Irish’.
See this award winning duo at the Irish Cultural Centre on Wednesday 24th September.
Seating is limited and tickets are available at www.byrneandkelly.com or contact 781 821 8291.
'Home is where the heart is'
A conference on return migration from a youth perspective
Hosted by the National Youth Council of Ireland, this major conference will be opened by the new Minister for the Diaspora, Mr Jimmy Deenihan, TD and will explore the barriers to young emigrants returning to Ireland; supports needed to facilitate young emigrants to return in the future and the essential components required in a strategy to facilitate return migration.
Watch live and have your say:
Watch the live stream from Dublin Castle, Dublin, Ireland at www.youth.ie Tuesday 16th September 2014 @10am IST
Find out more about the panels and speakers at http://youth.ie/homeheart
To reserve your seat please contact the ICC on 781 821 8291.
Our mission and who we are -
We are the only umbrella Organization for those who wish to recognize and promote the importance of Irish History and Culture through programs that utilize the:
1. Availability of our outstanding campus; Open and Accessible to all, to focus on.
2. Music / Dance / Arts / Literature of the Irish people
3. Sports as an important part of the Irish Culture
4. Applying Irish History to Modern Day Realities
5. Language and Genealogy
6. An Umbrella organization, helping other organizations to prosper
Founded in 1989, the mission of the Irish Cultural Centre of New England (ICCNE) is to promote and organize Irish cultural, educational, sporting and social events. We aim to establish and sustain a facility where current and future generations of the New England community can participate in activities that promote Irish culture and heritage.
Click here to see a Video History of the Irish Cultural Centre.