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  1. Maeve Binchy and Famous Irish Writers Walk in Dalkey

    Dalkey, Dublin

    Beginning at Dalkey Castle, wander through the places and spaces which were special to renowned author Maeve Binchy and countless other Irish writers. Read more

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  2. Constance Markievicz: Revolutionary

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Constance Markievicz was born into the world at a time when women had limited options and rights. Despite that, she went on to live a life which shaped a nation, and a new world. Learn all about this trailblazer... Read more

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  3. Flights of Fancy

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Follow 400 million people and become part of the history of Dublin airport at this illuminating lecture at the Little Museum of Dublin. Read more

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  4. Ireland's Fashion Revolution

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Ireland has been in vogue for longer than you may think...get with the style agenda at this talk at the Little Museum of Dublin. Read more

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  5. Safety Valve of a Nation

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Your passion for history and political cartoons are sure to be indulged at the Little Museum of Dublin as Felix Larkin speaks about the history of Dublin Opinion magazine. Read more

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  6. The Uses and Abuses of Patrick Pearse

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Learn about the ways that Patrick Pearse’s name has been used and abused at the Little Museum of Dublin as the museum’s annual Dublin lectures continue. Read more

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  7. The Man in the Cloak

    Dublin City, Dublin

    There's still a lot to be learned about James Clarence Mangan, so if you are intrigued, you really must listen to Bridget Hourican as she tries to de-cloak the enigmatic poet at the Little Museum of Dublin. Read more

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  8. Dark Stains on the National Conscience

    Dublin City, Dublin

    This is going to be a very enlightening talk about a bygone era, in which children were seen and not heard. Be there as Diarmaid gives a voice to lost children at the Little Museum of Dublin. Read more

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  9. Thomas D'Arcy McGee Summer School

    Carlingford, Louth

    The story of Thomas D'Arcy McGee is detailed, convoluted, and deliciously fascinating. If you are a budding historian, you should probably make haste to this conference in his honour. Read more

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  10. The Wexford County Flower & Garden Festival.

    Wexford Town, Wexford

    It's all coming up roses at the Wexford County Flower and Garden Festival's 50th anniversary celebration, a garden trail that will have you weaving all over the county, from Gorey to New Ross and everywhere... Read more

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