Bad Tea, Clare in Gallipoli and a ‘Cage of Root’ all in the LIFE section of this week’s Clare People

In the LIFE section of this week’s Clare People, Andrew Hamilton chats to east Clare musicians and filmmaker, Neil Farrell. Farrell, who is the front man of Scariff band ‘Mustang Hobo’ speaks about their upcoming debut album, his new adventures in film making and how to make the world’s worst cup of tea.
Ronan Judge speaks with Clare author, Matt Griffin, who has hung up his boots as a professional illustrator to try his hand at literature. His debut book ‘A Cage of Roots’ was officially launched in Ennis last week.
Joe O’Muircheartaigh continues his in depth series of features on the Clare people who went marching off to war, 100 years ago. This month he tells the story of Kilrush man, Crofton Bury Vandeleur, who escaped from a prisoner of war camp in Germany in April, 1915 and remember the Clare men who were among the slaughter on the ill fated campaign on Gallipoli.

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