As part of our 1916 Symposium (sessions closed to the public), we will be showing “1916 THE IRISH REBELLION” — 86 minutes, French subtitles — at the Théâtre des Variétés in Monaco on Saturday 8 October 2016 from 18:00 to 20:00.
TOM CREAN (1877-1938) from Kerry is the most unsung figure from Irish history whose incredible exploits exploring the wastes of Antarctica with Captain Scott and Ernest Shackleton were overlooked for 80 years.
Author, broadcaster, film-maker, art critic and conservationist, Polly Devlin has had a remarkable career, taking her far from her rural roots in County Tyrone to the sophisticated world of Vogue in London, New York and Paris.
ROBERT O'BYRNE is a well-known Irish writer and journalist. He worked for the Irish Times for more than ten years, and since leaving the newspaper has written ten books including a biography of Sir Hugh Lane, a history of the Irish Georgian Society and a