Dublin South-Central 1916 Centenary Committee being formed; bigi linn

Dublin South Central has a rich wealth of history connected to the 1916 Rising.  From the local IRB circle to Na Fianna, from the local Irish Volunteers to the Irish Citizen Army and Cumann na mBan, many local residents took part in the Rising and local areas, including the Phoenix Park and the South Inner City ,saw important battles during Easter Week 1916. Join us as we organise community celebrations of the most important event in modern Irish history.

The Dublin South Central 1916 Centenary Committee has been formed by local residents to organise community celebrations of the 1916 Rising in Dublin South Central.  Its launch will take place at a public talk on “1916 and the Irish Revolution” by Dr Ruan O’Donnell on Saturday July 4, at 4pm, in the Bosco Centre Drimnagh. Bigi Linn; All Welcome.

Posted on June 25, 2015, in 1913 lockout, Constance Markievicz, Fianna, General revolutionary history, Historiography and historical texts, Irish Citizen Army, James Connolly, Jim Larkin, Padraic Pearse, Partition, Prisoners - past, Public events - Ireland, Republicanism post-1900, Republicanism pre-1900, The road to the Easter Rising, Women in republican history. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Dublin South-Central 1916 Centenary Committee being formed; bigi linn.

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