John O’Sullivan

This section of the site is about John O’Sullivan, our founding director who passed away in spring 1997. He will always remain in our memories. The articles about him here are taken from a special programme that was brought out when we put on ‘The Black Stranger’ just after his death in memory of him in view of the fact that it was his favourite play and the last that he directed for us. There is also a poem here written by Séamus Davis about the death of John O’Sullivan.

Foreword from memorial programme by Con Downing

“West Cork to West Limerick and Back Again” by Eileen Kingston

“National Success with His Native Parish” by John Sexton

“The Kilmeen Years” by Paddy Keohane

“Skibbereen’s Loss” by Frank McCarthy

“Seán agus an Gearmaireacht” by Séamus Ryan

“Tribute to John O’Sullivan” by Séamus Davis

“Agricultural Career” by Matt Dunne