Softly March Away: Stories From Greystones and the Great War

Photo: Illustrative image for the 'Softly March Away: Stories From Greystones and the Great War' page
Photo: Illustrative image for the 'Softly March Away: Stories From Greystones and the Great War' page
Photo: Illustrative image for the 'Softly March Away: Stories From Greystones and the Great War' page

Sat. 8th November, St. Patricks Church

The names of 22 men are on the first World War memorial tablet inside St Patrick’s Church, Greystones.

Who were they? Where did they live and how did they die?

Come and hear their stories at a special remembrance evening in the church on Saturday, November 8th at 8pm.

 Tickets: €10 each, on sale from Sunday, October 12th, are available from the parish office, St Patrick’s Church; Mooney’s shop on Trafalgar Road; Greystones Antiques by the Dart station, and also on the night – if still available.

Written and presented by Irish Times journalist Peter Murtagh, with musical accompaniment by mezzo-soprano Dara MacMahon, baritone Rory Musgrave and pianist Svetlana Rudenko.

 

See also Peter's Irish Times article "Remembering the Greystones Victims of the first World War

This page was added by Deirdre Burns on 17/10/2014.

If you're already a registered user of this site, please login using the form on the left-hand side of this page.