The Irish Georgian Society & Friends' of the National Collections present a Mid-Summer Ball at Castletown [House] Celbridge, Co. Kildare, Friday 21 June '68  :
A midnight appearance by Michael Mac Liammóir / Jim Bacon's Band / The Chieftains / Dara O'Lochlainn & his Jazzberry Jazz Band [.] Discotheque & card room / 10 to 3 / Formal dress / Tickets 3 guineas / from Castletown.
[The Irish Georgian Society & The Friends' of the National Collections of Ireland].
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Illustration [influenced by the style of Harry Clarke] at lower half of sheet features an image of Michael Mac Liammóir performing in the background of a large crowd of people; he is on the steps of a staircase, standing in front of a painting of the satyr Pan [and Syrinx?]. Mariga Guinness [born Princess Marie-Gabrielle von Urach, (1932-1989)] is depicted in profile within the crowd. Printed at lower right of card is - "Ó Lochlainn/Watson" - a reference to Colm Ó Lochlainn (1892-1972) a ballad collector, Gaelic scholar, printer, publisher and bibliophile from Dublin who owned the publishing company The Sign of the Three Candles and later The Three Candles Press.
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[Dublin : Colm Ó Lochlainn, printer], 1968.
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 poster [printed on card] : b&w ill., 63.2 x 28.4 cm..
Written in black ink on verso "Presented to The National / Library of Ireland by / John Gilmartin June 1993".
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