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SUFFRAGETTE’S GREEN with Maeve Casserly

25 September @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
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One event on 29 September, 2018 at 11:00am

One event on 29 September, 2018 at 1:00pm

New walk added - 1pm Saturday 29th September Join Maeve Casserly, Historian in Residence (Dublin City Council, South East Area), on a walking tour of Stephen’s Green and its environs, exploring the connections of the local area with the Irish suffrage movement. Booking is essential. Please click here to reserve tickets for this walk. @DubHistorians

SUFFRAGETTE’S GREEN with Maeve Casserly

29 September @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

New walk added - 1pm Saturday 29th September Join Maeve Casserly, Historian in Residence (Dublin City Council, South East Area), on a walking tour of Stephen’s Green and its environs, exploring the connections of the local area with the Irish suffrage movement. Booking is essential. Please click here to reserve tickets for this walk. @DubHistorians

SUFFRAGETTE’S GREEN with Maeve Casserly

29 September @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

New walk added - 1pm Saturday 29th September Join Maeve Casserly, Historian in Residence (Dublin City Council, South East Area), on a walking tour of Stephen’s Green and its environs, exploring the connections of the local area with the Irish suffrage movement. Booking is essential. Please click here to reserve tickets for this walk. @DubHistorians

DUBLIN IN 1918 with Donal Fallon

30 September @ 10:00 am

Join Justine Murphy, tour guide and performer who will bring 1918 to life. 1918 was a turning point in the Irish revolution, witnessing the emergence of a mass movement against conscription, the GAA protests on Gaelic Sunday and the fight for women’s suffrage. Reserve tickets for this walk here. @DubHistorians

SUFFRAGE IN THE SUBURBS with Maeve Casserly

30 September @ 11:00 am
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One event on 1 October, 2018 at 6:00pm

Join Maeve, Historian in Residence (Dublin City Council, South East Area), on a walking tour of Rathmines and its environs, exploring the connections of the local area with the Irish suffrage movement. Reserve tickets for this walk here. @DubHistorians

IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF ANNE DEVLIN in association with the Liberties Cultural Association

30 September @ 1:00 pm

SORRY - BOOKED OUT Liz Gillis and Mícheál Ó Doibhilín will lead a walk through the Liberties area of Dublin 8 tracing the streets and buildings where Anne Devlin, Robert Emmet’s housekeeper, lived and walked. Accompanied by historical re-enactments provided by Tilemedia. Starting point for this walk is outside St. Catherine's Church, Thomas Street, Dublin 8 Booking is essential. Please click here to reserve tickets for this walk.

ST ANNE’S PARK GUIDED WALK

30 September @ 2:00 pm

SORRY - BOOKED OUT Enjoy a 5km walk through St Anne’s Park, Raheny and discover its history since 1835 including the Guinness family, the follies and more. This historic estate owned by the Guinness family, became renowned throughout Ireland and Britain and was visited by Queen Victoria on her official state visit to Ireland in 1900. Reserve tickets for this walk here. @stanneswalk

SUFFRAGE IN THE SUBURBS with Maeve Casserly

1 October @ 6:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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One event on 1 October, 2018 at 6:00pm

Join Maeve, Historian in Residence (Dublin City Council, South East Area), on a walking tour of Rathmines and its environs, exploring the connections of the local area with the Irish suffrage movement. Reserve tickets for this walk here. @DubHistorians

“VOICES OF MEMORY” IN THE IRISH NATIONAL WAR MEMORIAL GARDENS with Cathy Scuffil in association with the Goethe-Institut and OPW

4 October @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

SORRY - BOOKED OUT Take a walk through the beautiful Irish National War Memorial Gardens with Cathy, Historian in Residence (Dublin City Council, South Central Area), as she remembers some of the Dubliners who died in the First World War. The tour will include the “Voices of Memory” sound installation in the Gardens. Created by the German sound artist Christina Kubisch, this is a contemporary remembrance of the Irish people who died in the First World War. Ireland’s Memorial Records…

Irish Civil War

THE LIBERTIES AND THE IRISH CIVIL WAR with Liz Gillis

6 October @ 11:00 am

SORRY - BOOKED OUT In association with the Liberties Cultural Association. The Irish Civil War divided families and communities across Ireland. On this walk you will hear how this defining moment in Irish history affected the Liberties and those who lived there Meeting point for this walk is outside Teeling Whiskey Distillery, Newmarket Square, Dublin 8. Reserve tickets for this walk here. Please note change of date from printed programme  

G.P.O.

REVOLUTIONARY DUBLIN AFTER THE RISING, 1916-1923

6 October @ 2:00 pm

SORRY - BOOKED OUT After the Easter Rising much of central Dublin lay in ruins, but the city remained a key venue for the events of the War of Independence and Civil War. This tour will explore the architectural, political, military and social history of Dublin between the Easter Rising and the end of the Civil War. 6th October at 2pm with guide Brian Hanley. Reserve tickets for this walk here.  @DubHistorians

G.P.O.

REVOLUTIONARY DUBLIN AFTER THE RISING, 1916-1923

7 October @ 2:00 pm

SORRY - BOOKED OUT After the Easter Rising much of central Dublin lay in ruins, but the city remained a key venue for the events of the War of Independence and Civil War. This tour will explore the architectural, political, military and social history of Dublin between the Easter Rising and the end of the Civil War. 7th October at 2pm with guide John Gibney. Reserve tickets for this walk here.  @DubHistorians

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