Celebrating the historic winning of the right to vote, this acclaimed roadshow presents 2 exciting talks and a musical evening not to be missed!
Sinead McCoole: Easter Widows
Sinéad McCoole is an Irish historian, author, broadcaster and scriptwriter, specialising on women in Irish history. She is the author of many books - including No Ordinary Women and Easter Widows, which tells the story of the seven widows of the rebels executed by the British government.
Dr. Myles Dungan: The Alpha Male in Irish History
Myles Dungan, PhD, is one of Ireland’s best-known broadcasters. A frontline RTE presenter, he has hosted programmes on radio and television for over two decades. Author of a multiple books, including Irish Voices From The Great War (1995) and Mr. Parnell’s Rottweiler: Censorship & the United Ireland Newspaper (2014). He is the presenter of The History Show on RTE Radio 1.
Paths to Freedom Musical evening: The Brook Singers with special guest, soprano Sandra Oman.
The popular male voice ensemble will take us on a compelling and lively musical journey from the post-war era in Ireland with soprano, Sandra Oman.
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