Autumn / Winter Schedule:

 

Monday 2nd October 2017:

11am – “All Quiet on the Southern Front: the South Circular Road on the eve of World War One”

(Lecturer: Cathy Scuffil, Historian-in-Residence with Dublin City Council – South Central Area)

Monday 6th November 2017:

11am – “In Her Footsteps” delves into the interesting world of the famous (and not so famous) women who lived and worked in the historically rich South-East area of Dublin.

(lecturer: Maeve Casserly, Historian-in-Residence with Dublin City Council – South East Area)

Monday 4th December 2017:

11am – Screening of “Barracks Square Estate: Three Ages of a Place”, a documentary by independent filmmaker Joe Lee about Richmond Barracks and the Communities of Keogh Square, St Michael’s Estate and Inchicore, followed by a panel discussion.

Approx duration of talks: 1 hr.

Tickets cost €5.00 which includes tea/coffee & scone can be booked through Eventbrite or purchased at the door.

Surgeons, Starlets and Storytellers

Lecture by Maeve Casserly

Historian-in-Residence with Dublin City Council – South East Area

Listen to Maeve Casserly as she retraces the footsteps of the some famous (and not so famous) women of Dublin’s South-East area. Delve into the interesting world of the women who lived and worked in this historically rich area. From Dr. Kathleen Lynn’s home practice in Rathmines to the stained glass studio of An Túr Gloine founded by Sarah Purser in Ringsend – and everything in between!