The full schedule for the 8th Thomas D’Arcy McGee Summer School in Carlingford has been released. Lots of fascinating discussions and our folk and trad night! Remember you can still buy tickets from https://www.carlingfordheritagecentre.com/events/thomas-darcy-mcgee-summer-school-2019/
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As the UK enters the final stages of its political nervous breakdown, the 8th Thomas D’Arcy McGee Summer School has gathered world-class experts to discuss the political, historic and practical challenges which Brexit presents.
A specially commissioned one of a kind painting of Carlingford, created by Gen. John de Chastelain is to be auctioned off during the Summer School at the Seafood Banquet on the Monday evening. This is one not to be missed. To book you place at this year’s Summer School and be in with a chance […]
Great to see the wee Carlingford man getting pride of place in the Canadian 150 celebrations in Ottawa. More of this at The Thomas D’Arcy McGee Summer School, Aug 21-23 in his Carlingford birthplace.
The Social Progress Imperative index used 53 indicators to establish which of the 133 countries taken into account is the world’s best. Canada ranks first or ties to first for many of these indicators, such as housing, personal rights, tolerance or heath care but there is room for improvement in terms of access to information […]
General John de Chastelain at Thomas D’Arcy McGee Summer School The Thomas D’Arcy McGee Summer School in Carlingford, 21-23 Aug. helps Canada celebrate its 150th birthday. Canadian Confederation & Irish Fenianism is the theme of the 6th annual Summer School dedicated to D’Arcy McGee, whose inspirational speeches played a key role in the establishment of […]
On Friday 20th January ‘The Trial of P.H. Pearse’ play will be staged at HOLYWELL – DiverseCity Community Partnership in Bishop Street at 7.00pm (tickets cost £5). The people of Derry hope to succeed where Winnipeg, Montréal, Ottawa, Dublin, Belfast, Newry and many other communities failed. In each of these locations, the Trial of Pádraig […]
The good people of Dundalk hope to succeed where Winnipeg, Montréal, Ottawa, Dublin, Belfast and many other communities failed. In each of these location, the Trial of Pádraig Pearse was condemned as having rigged juries, with either prosecution or defence calling for retrials. CCE Dún Dealgan branch, in association with Newpoint Players and The Thomas […]
The Trial of Pádraig Pearse-successful Canadian tour Gen John the Chastelian, who chaired the Independent International Commission on Decommissioning as part of Peace Process in Ireland, was one of the many special guests who attended the final tour performance of The Trial of Pádraig Pearse in the Court of History at St Brigid’s Church […]