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October First Friday Community Notices

3 November 2023

Gingold Theatrical Group’s production of ARMS AND THE MAN by George Bernard Shaw has two more weeks of its limited run, ending November 18th. Now at Theatre Row. For information and ticketing, visit their website.

Irish American Writers & Artists will present an afternoon featuring Queens writers at the New York Irish Center on November 19th at 1 p.m. Poets, prose writers, singers and other artists from IAW&A and the Queens Writers Lab will celebrate the great borough of Queens by featuring its home-grown art. 

Women with Ambition invites you to join them on Saturday, 18 November at theBryant Park Hotel (10:00am – 3:00pm) for their first Female Founder & Entrepreneur Expo! Meet female brands, start your Christmas shopping, and support small enterprise! Tickets are $25 and can be purchased via Eventbrite.

Irish Network NYC’s Third Thursday in November will be a fundraiser for the family of Denise Morgan, with a trivia competition and social at the American Irish Historical Society on Fifth Avenue, Thursday, November 16 at 6:30 pm. Check their website for more details. Save the date for the INNYC Christmas party December 13 and a special joint mixer with the IBO on December 27.

Irish Business Organization of New York invites all to their regular monthly gathering on November 8. Theme: "Topical Topics in Business," with experts from AI Career Paths to the Employee Retention Credit. All are welcome to Network, Communicate, Reciprocate! Details can be found on their website.

Glucksman Ireland House at NYU will host a fundraising wine & cheese reception on 9 November at 6:00pm for They Measured Our Heads, a personal story featuring the Irish island of Inishbofin in County Galway. The event is FREE to attend with RSVP by 6 November to

Irish Arts Center is presenting the U.S. premiere of The Mysterious Case of Kitsy Rainey, the final chapter of Mikel Murfi’s beloved Sligo trilogy. All three plays are performing in repertory through November 18. For more information, visit their website.

The New York Irish Center’s production of "GREEN & BLUE" from Kabosh Theatre Company will be on Nov 15 & Nov 16. “GREEN & BLUE” is a visceral production about two police officers on either side of the Irish divide, patrolling the invisible line that splits the country in two. Written by acclaimed playwright Laurence McKeown, “Green & Blue” carefully treads the line of drama and humor, portraying an authentic account of life on the Irish border during the height of conflict. For tickets and information, see their website.

Columbia University will host the first event of  ‘A New Chapter: Women Writing Northern Ireland Now’, an ambitious 3-city tour of Northern Irish authors Lucy Caldwell, Jan Carson and Michelle Gallen on Monday November 27 at 6:15 pm. The tour is presented with support by the Consul General of Ireland, New York and the Northern Ireland Bureau, and in partnership with Columbia University, NYU, Georgetown, and Villanova. For more information, please see our ‘News and Events’ page on the Irish Consulate website: News Archive - Three Northern Irish Women Writers on Tour This November - Department of Foreign Affairs (


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