Dublin Folk Tales

Dublin Folk Tales

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From stories of the Pig Woman of Dublin, to the grave robbing students of the College of Surgeons who took a cadaver for a boisterous lunch in Bewleys of Grafton Street, Brendan Nolan has collected some of the greatest true stories of old Dublin. Brendan Nolan is a member of the Storytellers Association of Ireland, and during his time performing these tales, he has honed them down to the truly great stories that capture the history and spirit of the city. This is a rare collection, beyond the well-known stories to the real gems that are told by the great storytellers of our time.show more

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  • Electronic book text
  • The History Press Ltd
  • Stroud, United Kingdom
  • 0752480669
  • 9780752480664

About Brendan Nolan

Brendan Nolan has many years of storytelling experience and has written and broadcast more than 90 stories of his own, mostly light-hearted, on radio. He was a featured speaker at Dublin Yarnspinners and at the Irish Writers' Centre Culture Night celebrations. Brendan produces and presents Telling Tales the access radio programme for writers and storytellers which may be heard on his own website, www.brendannolan.ie.show more