20% of profits from the sale of the Quiet Man Limited Edition print will be donated to Irish charities; we have recently supported the London Irish Centre and the Ballyglunin Railway Restoration Project.

The London Irish Centre

The London Irish Centre need help to provide outstanding care, culture and community to the most vulnerable Irish in London.

For the elderly, the homeless, the isolated and at risk - the London Irish Centre services are a lifeline. 

The video above will give you a taste of some these crucial Irish community services.

 

Ballyglunin Railway Restoration Project

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Ballyglunin Station in Co. Galway is famous for its role in the Quiet Man as 'Castletown'.  

But 66 years after the film was made, the station has fallen into disrepair triggering a campaign to refurbish it to its former Hollywood glory.  The Ballyglunin Community Development Company (BCDC) has taken responsibility for the restoration.  The main objective is to conserve the train station as it's an integral part of the community.

Gabriel Byrne and Liam Neeson were among those to pledge their support for the campaign.  Neeson said: "The movie has become part of Irish folklore and is justifiably called a classic film."

It's one of the few Hollywood films in which the Irish language is spoken.

10% of all profits from the sale of the Quiet Man Limited Edition prints will be donated to the Ballyglunin Railway Restoration Project.