Dick McKee Fianna Fáil Cumann, Finglas present for your entertainment a grand variety concert at St. Canice's Hall, Finglas on Friday, 2nd January, 1948 at 8 p.m.:
The Mall Players: Des. Mowlds - Tenor (direct from success at Gaiety Theatre). Brendan O'Gorman - Comedian (Carroll Levis Finalist). Molly Martin - Soprano (Queen's Theatre Finalist). Cyril & Mona Jolly - Accordionists (of carnival fame). Mick Finnegan - Comedian. Cepta Stanridge - Contralto. Leno Besagni & Maura - Guitars and Banjo. Doris Dignam - Comedienne. Pringle Sisters - Dublin's Andrew Sisters. Jimmy Howlett - Dame Comedian. Maureeen Teeling - Tops in taps. The Mall Troupe of Irish dancers.Comedy sketched by Glady's Flood, Joan O'Toole, Bob, Elis and Nan Martin, Jimmy Breen, Jimmy Carpenter, Jack McCullogh, Willie O'Neill, Nancy Quigley, Kay O'Connell, Kay Bennett, Nancy Brennan, John Comiskey, Compere - James Carpenter. Accompanist - Maureen Burke. The whole show produced by James Howlett / a show you will want to see a second time. Doors open at 7-30 p.m. Admission - 2/- & 1/-. Tickets available. Car and cycle park. Last bus to city 11-25 p.m.
[Dick McKee Fianna Fáil Cumann].
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Broadside poster printed by the Drogheda Independent in bright blue and green font on white paper with a decorative blue border framing the sheet. The Dick McKee Fianna Fáil Cumann in Finglas was named after Richard “Dick” McKee (1893-1920), who was killed with Conor Clune and Peadar Clancy in controversial circumstances in Dublin Castle on Bloody Sunday, 21 November 1920; that day also saw the killing of a network of British spies by "The Squad", a unit of the I.R.A. and the killing of 14 people in Croke Park by British forces.
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[S.l.] : Drogheda Independent, 1948.
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 broadside poster : col., 76.5 x 50.7 cm.
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