Thursday September 24, 2020

This week

Spanish Wine Week, Glen Hansard at Vicar Street and Damien Hirst exhibition at Gormleys Fine Art Gallery

31st March, 2019
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Celebrate Markievicz in Dalkey

This week, Dalkey Castle will celebrate an important anniversary and an even more important historical figure. April 2 is the 100-year anniversary of Countess Markievicz’s appointment as the first female Minister for Labour – and to mark the occasion, the heritage centre will stage a new adaptation of Martina Devlin’s (pictured) story What Would the Countess Say? The play is a celebration of Markievicz’s achievements and a call to arms for women’s participation in public...

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