July Teatime Talk: The history of music and musicians in the Henrietta Street area (as Gaeilge)Teatime Talks
Published 07 July 2021
The history of music and musicians in the Henrietta Street area / Ceól is ceóltóirí traidisúinta in gCeantar Sráid Hennrietta
When: Wednesday 28 July at 7pm
Where: Online via Zoom
Ó imeachtaí ceiliúrtha go póstaí go torraimh, bhí an ceol mar chuid thábhachtach den saol i dtionóntáin Shráíd Henrietta. Chan páistí amhráin faoi lampaí na sráide, thug mná sólás do leanaí le suantraithe boga agus canadh bailéid ar choirnéil sráide. Tá cuimhní cinn ag go leor daoine de fhuaim Lily Dowling ag seinm pianó an teaghlaigh i 14 Sráid Henrietta.
Don Chaint Am Tae as Gaeilge, bí i dteannta leis an staraí agus treoraí Fergus Whelan i gcomhrá leis an bpíobaire Néillidh Mulligan, ó Chumann na bPíobairí Uilleann, agus lenár gcomharsana i 15 Sráid Henrietta.
Clúdóidh an chaint saol an cheoil i gceantar Shráid Henrietta, ag tabhairt chun cuimhne Club Shráid an Teampaill a bhunaigh athair Néillidh agus ceoltóirí eile a bhog ó Chontae Liatroma sna 1940í, a bhfuil a n-oidhreacht beo beathach inniu sa Chlub Píobairí agus sa Teach Tabhairne Cobblestone.
From hooleys to weddings to wakes, music was an important part of life in the tenements of Henrietta Street.
For this Teatime Talk as Gaeilge, join historian and tour guide Fergus Whelan in conversation with piper Néillidh Mulligan, from the Society of Irish Pipers (Na Píobairí Uilleann), and our neighbours in 15 Henrietta Street.
The talk will cover the music scene in the Henrietta Street area, remembering the Church Street Club founded by Néillidh’s father and other musicians who migrated from County Leitrim in the 1940’s, whose legacy lives on today in the Pipers Club and the Cobblestone Pub.
This talk will take place in Irish.
Fergus Whelan agus Néillidh Mulligan
Fergus Whelan is an author and historian and works as a tour guide with Dublin City Council Culture Company at 14 Henrietta Street, Richmond Barracks, and Goldenbridge Cemetery.
Néillidh Mulligan is one of Ireland’s most distinguished uilleann pipers. He was first taught by his father Tom Mulligan, the renowned Leitrim fiddle-player and piper, and later in the Dublin Municipal School of Music and the Pipers Club. Néillidh's solo performances have taken him to many different parts of the world to play and teach the uilleann pipes and has guested on numerous albums.
Teatime Talks is a series of talks inspired by the history, people and surroundings of 14 Henrietta Street. Do you have a memory of Dublin’s tenements or know someone who does? Whatever your connection, we would like to hear from you. Teatime Talks is a series of talks inspired by the history, people and surroundings of 14 Henrietta Street. Do you have a memory of Dublin’s tenements or know someone who does? Whatever your connection, we would like to hear from you.