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Manus O’Riordain September 29, 2021

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Thanks to JM for the photograph.

Manus’ wake will be held tomorrow, Thursday September 30th, at his home, 13 Finglas Rd, Glasnevin, D11C7DY, from 6pm. 
Family, friends and comrades all welcome. Some parking available next door at No 11, Glasnevin Family Practice.

All also welcome to pay respects at funeral procession at 10.10am, Friday morning, from 13 Finglas Rd to Glasnevin crematorium. 
However, due to current Covid-19 restrictions, only family and close friends can attend the ceremony inside the crematorium. 

We will adjourn to Hedigans (The Brian Boru), Prospect Road, after the funeral. All welcome in line with Covid-19 restrictions: You will need a Covid certificate to eat or drink inside, and groups sitting inside together can be of no more than six per table. 

A further night to properly celebrate Manus’ life will be held when restrictions ease in the future.


1. Manus O’Riordan has passed away | Tomás Ó Flatharta - September 29, 2021

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2. The Fascist Origins of Fine Gael in the 1930’s – Manus O’Riordan – one of his last posts. | Tomás Ó Flatharta - September 29, 2021
3. tomasoflatharta - October 1, 2021

Some images from the funeral of Manus O’Riordan. Friday October 1 2021. Among the attendance was Tara, carrying the shopping bag of the occasion. It can be bought at the Bang Bang Café, Phibsborough. Also present was Michael D Higgins, President of Ireland – currently popular with nearly stream of the Irish Left after refusing to attend a religious ceremony in Armagh celebrating a “Carnival of Reaction” 100th Anniversary : the partition of Ireland in 1921. There were many displayed Trade Union and left wing banners at the funeral, honouring a dedicated historian of the Irish working class. See also https://tomasoflatharta.wordpress.com/2021/09/29/the-fascist-origins-of-fine-gael-in-the-1930s-manus-oriordan-one-of-his-last-posts/


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