Condolence Book for


Gould Street, Cork City, Cork

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So sad to hear that Mick is gone to that great gig in the sky... A true original, I knew him in London in the Eighties in the glory days of Stump. I also saw Stump playing in Berlin circa 1987. As a frontman was well quirky. And he was brilliant in Plaboy of the Western World which I saw around 15 years ago in Galway. I once gave Mick a large pair of multicoloured flip-flops. He had big feet and an even bigger heart ♥ Rest in peace boy....
— Patrick Carton (aka Sam)
Remembering the good times, your spirit will live on and on, as with all the greats. RIP
— Helen Guerin
The thing I remember most about Mick Lynch is his great presence - his ability to be absolutely present - from the first time I met him as he showed me again how to make puppets as I fecked up another seagull for Dowtcha or the last time - drinking pints in the Crane Lane after a day of dancing around in a giant head for the Puppet festival. That and his warmth and humour not to mention creativity. I didn't know him well but am grateful to have met him on those rare and rich occasions. Thanks Mick and RIP
— Jane Lee
terribly sorry to hear of mick's passing. my most sincere condolences. He was one of a kind
— Mark Hathaway
So sorry to hear the passing of Mick Rip
— The Vallely family
I never had the pleasure of meeting you, but will miss you nonetheless. So long, Mick!

"big bumpy bump
big bumpy
— Simon from Sheffield
I will always remember your cheeky grin and good nature Mick. xxx
— Antoinette Hilliard
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