FREE Ticketed Events
Time: 1pm – 2pm
Various Dates: See Below
The Women of Dublin – 100 years ago and today: (Saturday 14th) SOLD OUT
Head of Special Projects at the National Archives, and former President of the Women’s History Association, Catríona Crowe explores the history of women in Dublin from 1900 to the present - the lives, politics and social realities of the past that continue to influence the lives of men and women in Dublin today.
The Secret History of Dublin: (Sunday 15th) SOLD OUT
Historian, author and collector of Dublin’s past, Donal Fallon, presents a whistle-stop tour of the city’s most fascinating hidden histories and lost stories, the ghosts that still surround Dublin residents in the buildings they live in, work in and walk past every day.
Dublin’s 1000 Year Legacy: (Monday 16th) SOLD OUT
Dublin was founded by the Vikings, and much of its early topography can still be found and visited in the city we love today. Dr. Pat Wallace, Director of the Wood Quay Excavations and ex-Director of the National Museum, reveals the Viking capital that Dubliners have inherited.