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The Irish Times
Anne Enright lecture on Maeve Brennanof the Global Irish Design Challenge 2015/2016, a celebration of Irish design i
Anne Enright lecture on Maeve Brennan
The Irish Times / Posted 5 days ago
of the Global Irish Design Challenge 2015/2016, a celebration of Irish design innovation, which opens at the Coach House, Dublin Castle on June 15th. Oliver Jeffers illustrates John Boyne classic 2016 marks the 10-year anniversary of the... Read more
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Irish Central
Easter Rising leader executed in 1916: James Connollyleg. He made his way back to the GPO and helped plan the evacuation to Moore St
Easter Rising leader executed in 1916: James Connolly
Irish Central / Posted 7 days ago
leg. He made his way back to the GPO and helped plan the evacuation to Moore Street. After the surrender he was removed to Dublin Castle for treatment for his wound which had developed gangrene. His condition was such that his trial was held at... Read more
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techcentral.ie
City and the Rising website gives fresh view of 1916of the Irish Republic. An interactive map lets the user explore sites such as
City and the Rising website gives fresh view of 1916
techcentral.ie / Posted 8 days ago
of the Irish Republic. An interactive map lets the user explore sites such as the GPO, Liberty Hall, St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin Castle and many other locations where the events that influenced the course of the Rising took place. A second level... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
New and notable on Netflix – two out of three ain’t badWe are thrown into the Dublin of 1916 by way of the day-to-day lives of female
New and notable on Netflix – two out of three ain’t bad
The Globe and Mail / Posted 9 days ago
We are thrown into the Dublin of 1916 by way of the day-to-day lives of female characters, from a young secretary at Dublin Castle – the seat of British administration – May (Sarah Greene, who is wonderful), to a middle-class woman (Charlie... Read more
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The Irish Times
Touching tribute as 1916 dead remembered across Statesimple gesture of reconciliation. Constable James O’Brien was shot dead on Eas
Touching tribute as 1916 dead remembered across State
The Irish Times / Posted 10 days ago
simple gesture of reconciliation. Constable James O’Brien was shot dead on Easter Monday, April 24th 1916, while guarding Dublin Castle by Seán Connolly from the Irish Citizen Army, who was killed a short time afterwards. Wreaths were laid at the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Pieces of me: Nuala Goodman, artist, designer and curatora limited-edition installation of plates for the Casino at Marino and an exhibi
Pieces of me: Nuala Goodman, artist, designer and curator
The Irish Times / Posted 11 days ago
a limited-edition installation of plates for the Casino at Marino and an exhibition of Irish and Italian designers in Dublin Castle. Current projects include wallpaper and product design for Italian companies. She lives with her family in a... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
'Rebellion': Squashing Ireland's Easter uprising one more timedon’t share her (nearly obsessive) desire to die for Ireland. And finally, ther
'Rebellion': Squashing Ireland's Easter uprising one more time
Los Angeles Times / Posted 11 days ago
don’t share her (nearly obsessive) desire to die for Ireland. And finally, there’s May Lacy (Sarah Greene), who works in Dublin Castle as secretary to a British bureaucrat with whom she is having an affair. The famous names — Patrick Pearse,... Read more
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Boston Globe
A clear-eyed look back at Easter Risingwho founded the 1916 Rebellion Walking Tour of Dublin 20 years ago, cites Eoin
A clear-eyed look back at Easter Rising
Boston Globe / Posted 12 days ago
who founded the 1916 Rebellion Walking Tour of Dublin 20 years ago, cites Eoin MacNeill’s cancellation of Pearse’s planned Dublin Castle attack on Sunday, due to a missing arms shipment from Germany. Because of this, many men didn’t show up for the... Read more
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Variety
‘Rebellion’come alive here and there in this three-part miniseries. The takeover of the Du
‘Rebellion’
Variety / Posted 12 days ago
come alive here and there in this three-part miniseries. The takeover of the Dublin Post Office and the pitched battle at Dublin Castle — the headquarters of the U.K. government in Ireland — were filmed on location, and those visuals do provide... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Queen's 90th Birthday: How the monarch won Irish heartsFreedom”. It was a tough moment for her, but it was a necessary courtesy. She s
Queen's 90th Birthday: How the monarch won Irish hearts
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
Freedom”. It was a tough moment for her, but it was a necessary courtesy. She showed no weakness, though, in her speech at Dublin Castle, with such lines as the importance of “being able to bow to the past, but not be bound by it”. Almost everyone... Read more
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British Vogue
Royal Variety: Inside The Queen's Wardrobedress boasted British and Commonwealth emblems. When the Queen visited Ireland
Royal Variety: Inside The Queen's Wardrobe
British Vogue / Posted 13 days ago
dress boasted British and Commonwealth emblems. When the Queen visited Ireland in 2011, her robe for the state banquet at Dublin Castle was embellished with more than 2,000 hand-sewn shamrocks. Colour is more than a shade. Its symbolism may govern... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Dublin at Easter, a once-in-a-lifetime commemorationthe Army of the Irish Republic, who had been shot in the ankle and was unable t
Dublin at Easter, a once-in-a-lifetime commemoration
The Buffalo News / Posted 14 days ago
the Army of the Irish Republic, who had been shot in the ankle and was unable to stand, was carried to a hospital room at Dublin Castle; the other leaders were sent to Kilmainham Gaol, where they were court-martialed for treason during wartime and... Read more
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The Irish Times
Siblings’ illustrated guidebook to Dublin’s architectural treasureswere so notorious that the small gateway leading to them was nicknamed ‘hell’.
Siblings’ illustrated guidebook to Dublin’s architectural treasures
The Irish Times / Posted 14 days ago
were so notorious that the small gateway leading to them was nicknamed ‘hell’. The Irish Crown Jewels disappeared from Dublin Castle under bizarre circumstances in 1907 (involving a secretive clique of aristocratic homosexuals, including Frank... Read more
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Irish Central
Easter Rising leader executed in 1916: Joseph Mary Plunkettshe was going to have a baby but that Joe was not the father. I was told on goo
Easter Rising leader executed in 1916: Joseph Mary Plunkett
Irish Central / Posted 15 days ago
she was going to have a baby but that Joe was not the father. I was told on good authority that this story was put about by Dublin Castle.” But, indeed, Grace was pregnant, and Geraldine relates the terrible story of her miscarriage, one of the... Read more
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The Irish Times
10 things we learned at Women in Mediathe best scenes happen by chance The producer of Rebellion, Catherine Magee, re
10 things we learned at Women in Media
The Irish Times / Posted 16 days ago
the best scenes happen by chance The producer of Rebellion, Catherine Magee, recalled a shot on set in Dublin Castle. With time running out, there were just a few minutes to get a key scene where Sarah Greene’s character May was... Read more
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express
Happy Birthday Ma'am: How the Queen has gained a reputation as a world-renowned diplomatEmerald Isle since 1911. Emblematic of the progress that has been made between
Happy Birthday Ma'am: How the Queen has gained a reputation as a world-renowned diplomat
express / Posted 18 days ago
Emerald Isle since 1911. Emblematic of the progress that has been made between the two countries, the Queen’s speech at Dublin Castle made her an unlikely star. After laying a wreath at the Croke Park stadium where 14 people were killed by... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Misnomers and myths abound in Sinn Fein telling of 1916that people like the descendants of James O'Brien the unarmed policeman shot de
Misnomers and myths abound in Sinn Fein telling of 1916
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
that people like the descendants of James O'Brien the unarmed policeman shot dead when he tried to keep the rebels out of Dublin Castle, would have a better right to be offended by the inclusion on the list of Sean Connolly, his murderer.) Sinn... Read more
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The Irish Times
Glasnevin Trust fixes fada on 1916 memorial wallcall of Irish Volunteers who died in the Rising which was called out on New Yea
Glasnevin Trust fixes fada on 1916 memorial wall
The Irish Times / Posted 25 days ago
call of Irish Volunteers who died in the Rising which was called out on New Year’s Day at the State commemoration event in Dublin Castle. In addition, Cunningham’s wife received £273 from the British government as compensation for his death which... Read more
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The Irish Times
Dispelling myths about life in UAEof foreigners,” he added. McKenna, who is back in Ireland next week to speak a
Dispelling myths about life in UAE
The Irish Times / Posted 26 days ago
of foreigners,” he added. McKenna, who is back in Ireland next week to speak at the 2016 Arab-Irish Business Forum at Dublin Castle on Friday, has experience advising clients on a wide range of matters. These include mergers and acquisitions,... Read more
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Daily Mail
Easter Rising chief's relative told to 'go home' over English accenthome' from 1916 wreath-laying event because of her English accent Sarah Connol
Easter Rising chief's relative told to 'go home' over English accent
Daily Mail / Posted 1 months ago
home' from 1916 wreath-laying event because of her English accent Sarah Connolly was disgusted at the racist comment at Dublin Castle She was born in Dublin to Irish parents but moved to the UK at an early age Man in his 40s said she 'didn't... Read more
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Irish Central
Remembering the Easter Rising but not its Troubling legacywho had died as a consequence of the Rising. The first person who died was an u
Remembering the Easter Rising but not its Troubling legacy
Irish Central / Posted 1 months ago
who had died as a consequence of the Rising. The first person who died was an unarmed policeman on duty at the entrance to Dublin Castle who stood in the way of some rebels trying to gain entry. He was a Limerick man, Constable James O’Brien. One... Read more

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