Partners

We’re delighted to be working with so many great partners on our 2018 Festival, and thank them for their support:

Thanks to Dublin Castle & the OPW for a brilliant Festival venue.

Thanks to the IFI who are putting on a special illustrated lecture for the Festival – details in our programme.

Thanks to the National Museum of Ireland who are putting on events for the Festival

Thanks to Richmond Barracks who are hosting four events in our 2018 Festival

Thanks to Dublinia who are putting on free family tours for the Festival

We’re delighted to be working with the Irish Research Council at this year’s Festival – details in our programme.

Thanks to Norwegian Embassy who are working with us on the Viking events

Thanks to 14 Henrietta Street ‘The Making of a Museum: Telling the Story of 14 Henrietta Street’ and ‘Street Play: an alternate history of Tenement Dublin’

Thanks to the University of Bergen who are working with us on the Viking Symposium

Thanks to our partners Creative Ireland Programme

Thanks to DCU who are working with us on ‘Vulnerable Children and Childhoods in Irish History’

Thanks to Dublin’s Culture Connects who are working with us on Culture club

Thanks to the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS) who are working with us on Erwin Schrödinger: Ireland’s adopted son

Thanks to Epic – The Irish Emigration Museum who are working with us on the talk ‘Russia at War in Irish Women’s Eyes with Angela Byrne

Thanks to our partners 2018 European Year of Cultural Heritage

Thanks to our partners Fingal County Council who are working with us on the Fingal Festival of History

Thanks to the Goethe Institut y who are working with us on the talks Remembering the Voices : Dublin Soldiers in the
First World War’ and ‘“Voices of Memory” In the Irish National War Memorial Gardens

Thanks to Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane who are working with us on Culture club and the talk Women Artists and the Dublin Metropolitan School of Art

Thanks to National Library of Ireland who are working with us on the Culture club and the talk

Thanks to National University of Ireland who are working with us on the Viking Symposium and The Legend of St Sunniva

Thanks to Reads Cutlers who are hosting a talk on shopping in Georgian Dublin

Thanks to the Royal Irish Academy who are working with us on a series of talks and workshops

Thanks to the St. Anne’s Walk Clontarf who are working with us on St Anne ‘s Park Guided Walk

Thanks to our partnersThe Edward Worth Library who are working with us on the talk ‘Mythical Creatures’  at the Edward Worth Library