Granuaile Trail 19 : ROYAL NAVAL COLLEGE GREENWICH LONDON

ROYAL NAVAL COLLEGE GREENWICH LONDON

 

Built on the site of Greenwich Palace where in July 1593 Grace O’Malley met Queen Elizabeth 1 and where today her visit is commemorated in the Visitor Centre. The window survives from the original palace.

 

 

THAT WOMAN ★ CALLING TV DRAMA PRODUCERS

CALLING TV DRAMA PRODUCERS INTERESTED IN FEMALE DRIVEN STORIES

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NOW AVAILABLE

THAT WOMAN

A six-part TV drama biopic screenplay of the life of the incredible 16thcentury Pirate Queen

 

GRACE O’MALLEY

 

(together with underlying book rights)

 

Enquiries to:

The Jonathan Williams Literary Agency

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 Registered with the Writer's Guild of America.

63rd Annual O'Malley Rally in Claregalway Castle

 

Anne Chambers, Martin O'Malley, Governor of Maryland and Ellen O'Malley Dunlop, Guardian Chieftain, at the 63rd Annual O'Malley Rally in Claregalway Castle. Hosted by Chieftain Sarah O'Malley- Kelly.

Granuaile Trail 18 : Omay Island

 

Omay Island, Cladaghduff, Connemara.

In July 1586 Grace O'Malley 's eldest son,  Owen O'Flaherty, who had taken refuge on the island, was killed by Captain John Bingham.

 

 

T.K. Whitaker: Portrait of a Patriot

In 2002, an eighty-five-year-old former civil servant was voted 'Irishman of the Century'.

RANJI MAHARAJAH OF CONNEMARA

Indian Prince KS Ranjitsinhji was the most famous cricket-player of his generation

GRACE O’MALLEY

Fearless leader by land and by sea, political pragmatist and tactician, rebel, pirate and matriarch, the ’most notorious woman in all the coasts of Ireland’ GRACE O’MALLEY challenges and manipulates the turbulent politics of the 16th century