GO Games – Gaelic Football for children

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GO Games – Gaelic Football for children

The GO GAMES are back for 2016 & below are the list of dates Go Games will be run at Gaelic Park, Willawong from 10am.

  • Sunday May 8th
  • Sunday May 22nd
  • Sunday June 5th
  • Sunday June 19th
  • Sunday July 3rd
  • Sunday July 17th
  • Sunday July 31st
 
For all primary school aged children.
All free of charge 

Underage Development

QGFHA are currently establishing an Underage Development Board for Gaelic Games in Queensland.

We are seeking assistance from anyone who can assist us with coaching, promoting, advertising, engagement with Youth Community Groups & Schools.

If you believe you can assist please contact us.

2016 Australasian Championships

QGFHA are excited and proud to confirm that 2016 Australasian Championships will be held in Brisbane from Wednesday 28th September to Saturday 1st October.

Wellington/Lower Hutt 2015 and Melbourne 2014 has set a high standard to follow.

We hope to welcome as many states and Territories enter with as many codes with as many teams as possible and try to make this one of the biggest events in our corner of the world. 

It's never too early to start getting prepared.

Sponsorship opportunities are available for this HUGE event. Please contact our PRO Julie.Morgan@qgfha.com

 

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The Carpenter Cup 2016

imageThe Carpenter Cup 2016

 

The 2016 season kicks off with The Carpenter Cup on Sunday 10th April with a one day Gaelic Football tournament at Gaelic Park in Willawong.

 

Matches begin at 10am with the last final kicking off at 5pm.

 

The bar and canteen will be open providing our popular Irish refreshments.

 

Live music on the day by Tartan Shamrock

 

This tournament is name after the great Nicholas Carpenter to acknowledge & celebrate the commitment he made to Gaelic Games in Queensland.

 

 

 

The Shadow of a Gunman

COMMEMORATING 100 YEARS SINCE IRELAND FOUGHT TO BE FREE WITH THE STAGING OF SEAN O’CASEY’S ICONIC NATIONALIST PLAY

THE SHADOW OF A GUNMAN

2016 marks the 100th anniversary of the Easter Rising: the pivotal event in the independence of the Irish where the leaders of the Irish Republican Army and their 1500 volunteers took over the streets and buildings of Dublin on Easter weekend, 1916. It was outside the General Post Office during this demonstration that IRA leader Patrick Pearse first read the declaration of the Irish Republic.

As part of the international commemoration of the 1916 Easter Rising, Foundry Theatre and the Irish Australian Support Association Queensland are working together to produce Sean O’Casey’s classic play The Shadow of a Gunman.

The Shadow of a Gunman premiered in April 1923 in Dublin, one month before the end of the Irish Civil War, which directly followed the events of 1916. The subsequent War of Independence the Easter Rising had, eventually ignited. The play deals with the rhetoric and dangers of patriotism, the abject poverty of tenement life, the weight of self?deception, and the cost of survival.

Founded in 2015, Foundry Theatre is a committed ensemble of directors, writers, actors, producers, dreamers and explorers. We exist to question, to inspire and to demonstrate the cultural necessity of rich, relevant theatre for a diverse contemporary audience.

With support from the Irish Australian Support Association of Queensland, Foundry Theatre is proud to present two exclusive performances of this classic play, in recognition of the important role the Irish people have played in the formation of today’s multicultural Australia.

Performing at the

Edmund Rice Performing Arts Centre

82 Stephens Road, South Brisbane QLD 4101

April 8 and 9 2016 @ 7:30pm

www.foundrytheatre.com.au/book-now/

 

 

 

Contact Patrick Farrelly @ 0488771910

foundrytheatrebrisbane@gmail.com – ABN: 11 674 117 239

www.foundrytheatre.com.au – PO Box 8044, Woolloongabba 4102

 

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