VENUE/Áit: The Courthouse
DATE/Dáta: 29th April
Canon George Salter for most of his life he has lived and served the people of Cork City as a Church of Ireland Minister. But there is more to him than his clerical vocation and has been at the heart of the educational and cultural life of the city.
George takes us back to the dark days of April 1922 and brings up long buried memories and reflections on the Ireland that emerged from the War of Independence. Discussing the Protestant murders in West Cork 1922, Canon George relates of his family’s dramatic escape, his subsequent love story with Irish language, traditional music and folklore.
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