Leagan Gaeilge

2013 Events

Follow the links below to learn more about commemorations as they happen.

21 September 2013: Dedication of monument to the Leinster Regiment

On 21 September 2013 an ecumenical service and wreath-laying took place at Crinkell Barracks, Co. Offaly, to commemorate those who served in the Prince of […]

18 September 2013: Launch of SIPTU 1913 Commemorative Tapestry

  President Michael D Higgins officially launched the SIPTU 1913 Tapestry project in Liberty Hall on 18 September 2013. The tapestry, consisting of 30 panels designed by […]

11 September 2013: Publication of Irish Times Supplement on 1913 Lockout

On 11 September 2013 The Irish Times published the fourth in its series of ‘Century’ special supplements, with the support of the Department of Arts, […]

6 September 2013: ICTU Schools’ Programme on 1913 Lockout

A special module on the 1913 Lockout has been developed for incorporation into the ICTU Youth Connect programme for post- primary schools, and a promotional […]

5-22 September 2013: Thirteen, Dublin Fringe Festival

Thirteen, by ANU Productions, was a lead event in the Dublin Fringe Festival (5-22 September 2013), consisting of 13 distinct interactive performances in a wide […]

31 August 2013: Centenary commemoration of Dublin Lockout

President Michael D. Higgins led the commemoration of the 1913 Lockout which took place on Saturday 31 August– the centenary of ‘Bloody Sunday’, 1913 – […]

29 August 2013: Launch of 1913 Commemorative Stamps

An Post produced a series of special edition stamps to mark the 1913 Lockout, and these are now on sale to the public. Political and […]

22 August 2013: Launch of Dublin Lockout Exhibition, National Library of Ireland

The National Library of Ireland is hosting a free exhibition, running from 22 August 2013 to 30 March 2014, examining the background, events and aftermath […]

14 July 2013: National Day of Commemoration

Every year on the National Day of Commemoration (the Sunday nearest July 11th – the anniversary of the truce that ended the Anglo-Irish War), the […]

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