Rathfarnham, Co. Dublin By Muirne Lyons Rathfarnham Castle is a sixteenth-century semi-fortified house with an eighteenth-century Georgian interior. It was built in 1583 by Adam Loftus (c. 1533–1605), who came […]

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RTÉ1, 10 June 2019 Directed by Maurice Sweeney By Brian Hanley Angst has been expressed by some commentators regarding the difficulties that the forthcoming centenary of the Irish Civil War […]

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In this ‘decade of commemorations’, it is worth reflecting on Ireland’s long, contentious yet colourful history of commemorations and the role that flags and emblems have played throughout it. By […]

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1–2 Hill Street, Monaghan monaghan.ie/museum By Tony Canavan Monaghan County Museum is located in a substantial nineteenth-century building in the heart of the town. The fabric of the building has […]

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John Stahl’s Parnell (1937). By Tony Tracy Prior to Michael Collins (1996), one has to go back over half a century to find a Hollywood-funded drama dealing with an Irish […]

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