Like the Irish storytellers of old, Glen Paul Hammond renders a charming adaptation of a folk tale that revisits the stories your Irish grandparents would have told. Ionnad Coinne: MacCarthy’s Bull and O’Callaghan’s Cow is a children’s story that is loosely based on an old “Bovine Legend” that originated in the parish of Iniscarra in County Cork. As the legend goes, it was here that a bull came everyday to meet a cow at a place called Ionnad Coinne.
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