“Ship of Dreams: The Titanic Experience" takes its audience on a 3-hour immersive theatrical experience based on the doomed voyage of the ocean liner built in Belfast
Last words of 19-year-old Jeremiah Burke from Glanmire, County Cork, who died on the Titanic, which struck the fatal iceberg on April 14, 1912.
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"She was wasting so much time as she fumbled to put it on and lace it up that it became the object of a dispute with her traveling companion..."
'Fatberg' right ahead.
Cork survivor, who lived to the age of 98, told how men in steerage were held back and that she witnessed murders.
"Margaret was among the first passengers to sail into New York on April 20, docking in the very bay where the Titanic should have been, it must have been a gloomy New World she entered."
A thousand died in 15 minutes in 1914 the Empress of Ireland shipwreck—also known as “Canada’s Titanic.”
Violet Jessop was an incredibly lucky Irish woman who survived the sinkings of the Titanic and the Britannic as well as a major accident on the Olympic.
The Lusitania, which sank 102 years ago off the coast of Cork, was just as tragic. Why isn’t it better remembered?
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