A visit to Drombeg Stone Circle as part of our History and Archaeology of West Cork Field Trip (which sold out well before the event!)

Terri Kearney of Skibbereen Heritage Centre speaking about the ‘Stories of the Revolution’, a schools’ folklore project collecting stories about the 1916-23 period in West Cork

Peter Murray speaking on George Victor du Noyer, the Victorian antiquary about whom he curated a widely praised exhibition at Cork City’s Crawford Art Gallery

 

Dr Niamh O’Sullivan speaking about the exhibition Coming Home: Art and the Great Hunger, of which she is curator and which is currently on show at Skibbereen’s West Cork Arts Centre, Uillinn

William Casey on cilliní in West Cork
A full house to hear Cal Hyland ‘Considering the Situation of Protestants in West Cork, 1920-1925’

Professor Linda Connolly on ‘Addressing the violence suffered by women during the Irish Revolution’.

Ronan McGreevy of the Irish Times before a screening of his remarkable film ‘United Ireland: How Nationalists and Unionists fought together in Flanders’

The Time Travellers bookshop, one of the two bookshops at this year’s Festival

http://www.bookshop.timetraveller.ie/

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