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Michael Twomey

6.9910.00

Description

This recording was compiled in the Everyman Palace Theatre as Michael Twomey provides a history of the Palace Theatre. He recalls his introduction to theatre, which originated with the James Stack School, and his mother’s great interest in his development in the field of acting. He speaks about his own background, and his schooldays with his friend Charlie Hennessy. He has huge admiration for Dan Donovan, Dermot Breen and Father O’Flynn. He also gives a very detailed description of how the ‘Cha and Miah’ team came about, and the formation of the Theatre of the South Group in 1959, a company which he joined. He concludes by talking about the Cork accent, and its nuances and rhythms.

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Description

This recording was compiled in the Everyman Palace Theatre as Michael Twomey provides a history of the Palace Theatre. He recalls his introduction to theatre, which originated with the James Stack School, and his mother’s great interest in his development in the field of acting. He speaks about his own background, and his schooldays with his friend Charlie Hennessy. He has huge admiration for Dan Donovan, Dermot Breen and Father O’Flynn. He also gives a very detailed description of how the ‘Cha and Miah’ team came about, and the formation of the Theatre of the South Group in 1959, a company which he joined. He concludes by talking about the Cork accent, and its nuances and rhythms.

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Type:

Disk, MP3

Audio series:

Cork city, first series

Bitrate:

128 kbps

Download time limit:

48 hours

File size(s):

56.50 MB

Number of files:

1

Product ID:

CDCKCY01-08

Subject:
Recorded by:

Maurice O’Keeffe

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