‘Heads down or tails up? How Protestants survived Irish independence’ – Talk by Dr Ian d’Alton of TCD and performance by Dublin Gay Men’s Chorus
"Dr Ian d’Alton is a Visiting Research Fellow in the Centre for Contemporary Irish History, Trinity College, Dublin, and has been a Visiting Fellow at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. He is the author of Protestant society and politics in Cork, 1812-1844 (1980) and of numerous chapters and journal articles on aspects of southern Irish unionism and Protestantism. He co-edited (with Dr Ida Milne) Protestant and Irish: the minority’s search for place in independent Ireland (2019). He is presently co-writing the volume on Wicklow in the Four Courts Press county histories of the Irish revolution, 1912-23.
The Dublin Gay Men's Chorus is Ireland’s only all-male gay choir and brings a fresh and fun approach to choral singing, offering a wide variety of music with popular songs, jazz standards, classical pieces, film music and all sorts in between."