A celebration of Irish women
In the Royal Irish Academy, with an exhibition running from St Brigid’s Day to International Women’s Day.
The Unmanageable Revolutionaries @ Museum of Literature Ireland, 6.30pm
Margaret Skinnider, Hanna Sheehy Skeffington and Dorothy Macardle – a 1916 sniper and trade unionist, a suffragette and republican political activist, a nationalist propagandist and gothic fiction writer.
Dr Mary McAuliffe (UCD), Dr Leeann Lane (DCU) and Dr Margaret Ward (Queen’s University Belfast) will be in conversation with David McCullagh.
Tickets only €5, available *here*
International Women’s Day in the Liberties
Community groups and business organisations in The Liberties have organised a range of events this week to mark International Women’s Day, including a guided historical walk throughout The Liberties on Saturday 7th March people with local historian Liz Gillis.
Rebel Red – the women of Cork 1920
On Saturday 7th March in St. Peter’s Cork, an afternoon of music and spoken word will celebrate the women of Cork and their revolutionary activities.