IRISCHE LIEDER & BALLADEN|IRISH SONGS & BALLADS|THE GALWAY PIPER|BIDDY MULLIGAN|JOHNNY I HARDLY KNEW YOU|THE GAY GALTEE MOUNTAINS|THE LEAVING OF LIVERPOOL|RODDY MCCORLEY|ST PATRICK'S DAY IN THE MORNING|A LONDONDERRY AIR|GITARRESPEZIFISCHE ZEICHEN|PERFORMANCE SYMBOLS FOR GUITAR
A NATION ONCE AGAIN|Arthur McBride|THE BAND PLAYED WALTZING MATILDA|THE BEGGARMAN'S SONG|BUNCLODY|THE CASTLE OF DROMORE|THE CLIFFS OF DOONEEN|CONNEMARA CRADLE SONG|THE CROPPY BOY|DOWN BY THE GLENSIDE|EASY AND SLOW|THE GAY GALTEE MOUNTAINS|THE GERMAN CLOCKWINDER|THE GLENDALOUGH SAINT|GOD SAVE IRELAND|GOODBYE MICK|GRACE|THE GYPSY|HIGHLAND PADDY|HILLS OF CONNEMARA|THE HOLY GROUND|I KNOW MY LOVE|IN DUBLIN'S FAIR CITY|THE LEAVING OF LIVERPOOL|LET HIM GO LET HIM TARRY|LOVE IS PLEASING|THE LOWLANDS OF HOLLAND|MAIDS WHEN YOU'RE YOUNG|MARY FROM DUNGLOE|MY LOVELY ROSE OF CLARE|MY SINGING BIRD|NOVA SCOTIA|OLD MAID IN THE GARRET|OLD WOMAN FROM WEXFORD|PADDY LAY BACK|QUARE BUNGLE RYE|The rising of the moon|THE ROCKY ROAD TO DUBLIN|THE ROSE OF MOONCOIN|SALLY GARDENS|THE SNOWY BREASTED PEARL|SONNY'S DREAM|SPINNINGWHEEL SONG|THE STREETS OF NEW YORK|TEDDY O'NEALE|THREE DRUNKEN MAIDENS|WEILE WAILE|THE WELL BELOW THE VALLEY|THE WILD ROVER|WILL YOU COME TO THE BOWER
On the eve of his 65th birthday, Sir Nigel Ingram, Surgeon Vice Admiral, RN, has a massive heart attack and dies at his home in Salisbury, Wilts. His 35-year-old partner, although some would say lover, Callum Ryan, is with him. After the funeral Callum has to arrange for a thanksgiving service at Salisbury Cathedral followed by a reception at The Salisbury Guildhall for nearly 500 people, such is the legacy of Sir Nigel’s remarkable naval career. Callum Ryan is now left with a void in his life to fill and, although an only child from Liverpool, feels lost with a touch of the "navy blues". His thoughts of planning a new future are suddenly shattered when out of the blue he is charged with the murder of a gay teenager.… Has Callum lost the will to live despite his pleas of innocence having to live and lead the life of a condemned man for many years, or will something happen to alter the course of justice? In his sixth adult novel, the author has once again written an honest, witty, and unusual tale of what can so easily happen to an innocent man found guilty of a crime that beggar’s belief - or is it a state of confusion or panic? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Anthony Wren. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/mybk/000112/bk_mybk_000112_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Liverpool's Gay Quarter (sometimes Liverpool gay village) encompasses Stanley Street, Cumberland Street, Victoria St and Eberle St, and is where the bulk of the gay bars and clubs are located in Liverpool, in North West England. Stanley St is the main hub of the Gay Quarter and is where most of the bars are found.
Jason Isaacs (born 6 June 1963) is an English actor born in Liverpool, who is most well known for his performance as the villain Lucius Malfoy in the Harry Potter films, the brutal Colonel William Tavington in The Patriot and as lifelong criminal Michael Caffee in the internationally- broadcast American television series Brotherhood. Though most of his work has been in film and television, it also includes stage performances, most notably, as the ambivalent gay lawyer Louis Ironson in Declan Donnellan's 1992 and 1993 Royal National Theatre London premières of Parts One (Millennium Approaches) and Two (Perestroika) of Tony Kushner's Pulitzer Prize-winning play Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes, and as Ben, one of two hitmen, playing opposite Lee Evans as Gus, in Harry Burton's 2007 critically-acclaimed 50th-anniversary revival of Nobel Laureate Harold Pinter's 1957 two-hander The Dumb Waiter at Trafalgar Studios.
What do we mean by 'the gay community'? What is the state of 'gay and lesbian politics' in contemporary Britain? Have 'communitarian' ideas provided a framework for change? And what is the view from outside the capital? Recent years have seen both significant legal and social reform benefiting lesbian and gay people under a government whose communitarian political credo has stressed the importance of 'community' and 'rights and responsibilities'. What effect has this had? What is the influence of identity, space and location, politics, and community itself? On the basis of qualitative research with gay men and lesbians working for change in Liverpool and Manchester, the author examines whether gay and lesbian equality and the idea of 'the gay community' can be understood and furthered within a framework of communitarian ideas.