Take a look at the short film created to celebrate the project : Roscommon Schools Óenach (Parts 1-3 combined )
More decorated torcs and weapons More Rosc style poetry A quest for Medb.
Here are just a few examples of stories and pictures from Scoil na nAingeal Naofa NS, Boyle. They scripted a play, a story as exciting as any of the old Irish stories, designed costumes and decorated props, and performed the play for me over Zoom. It was brilliant!
What might it be like to meet a péiste? A great display! Decorated shields … and buckles Everybody needs ‘bling’. Just a few action poems, Rosc style.
- Praise poem (Eoin.)
- Praise poem (Aaron)
- Praise poem (Jonah)
- Praise poem (Jack)
- The Story of Queen Mebh
- A blast from the past
- The story of the Tain
- Illustrations for Queen Mebh’s story
- Clay models of early medieval jewellery
- The Tain
Fergus Mac Leite defeated a strange creature, He won some unusual treasures He became famous! What might you do? What stories could you tell? Some ‘I Am’ praise poems
ell and everyone will want to find out more. A few of their ‘praise poems’ are also included here.
Below are some of the special ‘action poems’ , simple versions of Rosc style poetry. They tell of chariot racing and battles very effectively. Click on the links to read them.
There is still time for more stories, poetry and designs to be added to the Feasting Hall. I will add a further selection of work to this gallery before long.
Supporting the Project.
The Táin March Festival is supported by the Creative Ireland Programme, an all-of-Government five-year initiative, from 2017 to 2022, which places creativity at the centre of public policy. Further information from creative.ireland.ie and ireland.ie
This project is supported by Roscommon County Council as an action of the County Roscommon Heritage Plan 2017-2021 and as part of the annual Táin March Festival https://www.tainmarch.ie/