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