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Apr 19 2014 - Apr 20 2014
Dublin City Council proposes to stage the largest Viking village and living history battle re-enactment ever produced in Ireland, in St. Anne's Park, Raheny, Dublin.
May 02 2014 - May 05 2014
The four day Military Tattoo includes commemorative military parade, Irish Army Band, flyover by military aircraft, living history re-enactment of WWII scenes and on-street battles, "Hangar" Dance, &...
May 05 2014
The sinking of the Lusitania as it approached Cork Harbour in 1915 is commemorated in Cobh where both the survivors and bodies were brought ashore. It is a fitting memorial to all those who lost their...
Aug 01 2014 - Aug 03 2014
Witness history unfold this August Bank Holiday weekend at the Vinegar Hill Battle Re-enactment Festival. Experience the sights and sounds of battle with pike charging rebels and musket wielding...
Aug 08 2014 - Aug 10 2014
Historical re-enactment to commemorate Patrick Sarsfield and the heroes of Limerick in 1690 and their heroic defence of the walled city in repelling William of Orange and his army.
Aug 23 2014 - Aug 31 2014
Heritage Week is about bringing heritage to life with 1700 events taking place across Ireland - from medieval fairs to night-time bat walks and traditional music sessions to kids' workshops, there is...
Sep 12 2014 - Sep 14 2014
A celebration of the life and ethos of Sam Maguire with a parade of county colours, flags & jerseys; an underage GAA Blitz; old-time threshing, a vintage exhibition; open air dancing; and more.
Oct 24 2014 - Oct 27 2014
The 14th Shackleton International Autumn School with lectures, drama, film, annual dinner, excursions, Antarctica re-enactors and exhibits.
Nov 08 2014 - Nov 09 2014
A commemoration of those men who served in or lost their lives during WWI with a living history display, lectures, exhibits, an on-site military historian, original film footage and more.
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