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2 March 2015 Edition

Death of radical theatre director Pam Brighton

2 March 2015

THE DEATH has occurred as An Phoblacht goes to press of Pam Brighton, the English-born radical and pioneering international theatre director whose contribution to enriching the cultural life of Belfast and beyond has been acclaimed, particularly by republican prisoners who worked with and enjoyed her plays. Free article

‘Cork Kevin’ O’Leary laid to rest

2 March 2015

THE FUNERAL of Cork-born republican activist ‘Cork Kevin’ O’Leary took place in west Belfast on Friday 16 January. Kevin died suddenly on Sunday 11 January. Free article

Nuala Fleming, Derry City

2 March 2015

Derry lost a true Republican activist when Nuala Fleming passed away in December after a brave fight against cancer. Free article

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Nancy McAuley, Cavan and Antrim

2 March 2015

THERE was a great sadness from Cavan to north Antrim as Nancy McAuley passed away on 28 November. Originally from County Cavan, Nancy made her home and raised her family in Loughgiel, County Antrim. A lifelong republican, Nancy is still remembered fondly by the big kids of the parish for her curries, apple crumble and custard and other delights while she was the chef at the local St Patrick’s Primary School. Free article

Marty Crudden, Fermanagh

2 March 2015

BORN on 4 November, 1922, Martin Joseph Crudden, or Marty as he was known to his friends, was a lifelong republican. He lived the entirety of his life along the Cavan/Fermanagh border in the townland of Drumherrif near the village of Kinawley, County Fermanagh. Free article


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