Drama in Birr – Oxmantown Hall 1889 to 1916 – Margaret Hogan.
This book briefly traces the origins and early history of Oxmantown Hall now Birr Theatre & Arts Centre from 1889 – 1916, alongside some of the real-life drama which took place that year in Birr, side by side with the creative drama performed in the theatre. The history of the Oxmantown Hall reflects the social, political and religious revolution of Birr during the twenty seven critical years in Irish History, during which the hall hosted a great variety of events and was a major venue for theatrical performance, concerts, lectures, meetings, fundraising and indoor entertainment in general.
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