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Lecture 3 - a change to the scheduled prograame which looks at some of the people who disappeared on both sides during the Conflict. Presented by Dr Pádraig Og O Ruairc.
Lecture 4 in the Tipperary Museum War of Independence Series is presented by Catherine Marshall, art historian, curator and writer. This talk will survey the challenges to making art that… Read more
Lecture 5 in our War of Independence Series is presented by Caitriona Ryan and looks at the executions of D.I Gilbert Norman Potter and Thomas Traynor
Have you ever wondered why we eat pancakes on Shrove Tuesday. In this video Food and Culinary historian Regina Sexton explains why, discusses some other traditions associated with the day and… Read more
Lecture 6 Kelly O’ Murcada - The War of Independence & the RIC: religion & common culture
This is the second last lecture in the War of Independence series and is presented by… Read more
Tipperary Museum is delighted to present its 8th Annual Lecture Series from October 2020 - … Read more
Food was used at Halloween to predict the future. The Barm Brack was a particular favourite. The many inclusions had meaning behind them. Food and Culinary historian at UCC… Read more
Our next Young Archaeologist Club event, aimed at 8 – 13 year olds, will be held on Saturday 17th April at 2.30pm on Zoom. The session is entitled:
Materials of war: the Irish War… Read more
The second lecture in the War of Independence series is entitled Bloody Sunday: A Bitter Legacy or a Legacy of Bitterness and is presented by John Flannery.