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a medieval English villein


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Cottiers Den is out of a Flat-bred mare who won at Newmarket.
Jarlath Killeen introduces his allegorical approach to Oscar Wilde's two collections of fairy tales and then treats each tale individually, connecting it to his thesis that the tales, though on the surface simple, supernatural, and moral, are underneath treatments of the social, political, and religious plight of the people of Ireland in the second half of the nineteenth century, particularly during and after the potato famine that wiped out the cottier and laboring classes through starvation and emigration.
The 1841 Census reported that the Irish rural working class dependent on the potato -- composed of small cottiers, landless labourers, sub-tenants, and the unemployed -- amounted to 77 per cent of the population, more than 6 million people.
Ricky Ross Lyric Book Tour: CatStrand, New Galloway Forest, November 1; Queen's Hall, Edinburgh, November 8; Lemon Tree, Aberdeen, November 9; Gardyne Theatre, Dundee, November 11; Cottiers Theatre, Glasgow, November 12 and 13.
Ballinaboola Sunday, January 29 HAVING shown promise when second at Kilfeacle, Cottiers Den (88+) enhanced his credentials with a good late turn of foot and looks track material.
We are invited to enter a tightly-knit social world, one peopled by bum bailiffs, sheebeen women, cottiers and castoff schoolmasters.
Local lad Justin will sing backing vocals for The Bathers at the Cottiers Theatre benefit gig in the city's west end on Sunday.
But, if you're in Glasgow tonight or tomorrow, why not switch off the TV and go see Sequamur, the play by DS Murray in Cottiers Theatre.
Michael McGoldrick, John Doyle & John McCusker, Cottiers Theatre, Glasgow
The son of Westerner kept on well to see off the challenge of Colin Bowe's newcomer Cottiers Den.
Ach, ma tha sibh an Glaschu a-nochd neo an ath oidhche, nach cuir thu dheth an teilidh agus nach teid thu gu dealbh-chluich "Sequamur", le DS Moireach, ann an taigh-cluiche Cottiers.
The duo's debut album Dedication will be launched at Cottiers Theatre, Glasgow, on Saturday.
Tickets from Cottiers box office 0141 357 4000 or www.
Here, PAUL ENGLISH and JOHN DINGWALL speak to well–known Scots fans, some of whom will be performing at the sell–out gig at Cottiers in Glasgow at the climax of the city's Americana Festival on Sunday.
Glasgow celebration of Christmas in The Pure Amazing Wizard of Oz featuring River City's Neil McNulty at Cottiers Theatre from Thursday.