The Count, Countess and Tommy

Following the great success of The Great War Roadshow at the Red Line Book Festival in 2014, we are delighted to welcome a new musical show, written by RTE broadcaster and historian Myles Dungan, to this year's festival programme. The Count, Countess and Tommy features popular songs and stories from the Ireland of the 1916... Continue Reading →

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History Ireland Hedge School Comes to Tallaght

As part of the Red Line Book Festival, History Ireland's Hedge School is coming to the Civic Theatre, Tallaght on Thursday 15th October at 8:00 pm. The topic up for discussion is Patrick Pearse: proto-fascist eccentric or visionary? Whatever one's point of view, Patrick Pearse has always engendered strong emotions. Shortly after the Easter Rising,... Continue Reading →

Launch of Landscapes of War and Peace

The launch took place on Monday night, of 'Landscapes of War and Peace 1914-2014: War Poetry and Peacekeeping' by Michael J. Whelan. This exhibition, which is part of the Red Line Book Festival, includes an Irish soldier's poems and images inspired by the poets of the Great War and his own peacekeeping duties in modern day... Continue Reading →

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