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Tuesday 25

The IRA in the Twilight Years

Dr Brian Hanley talks about the IRA and Nazi Germany. Brian Hanley is a historian and author. He has written widely on Irish republicanism and radicalism, including ‘The IRA, 1926-36’ and (with Scott Millar ‘The Lost Revolution: the Story of the Official IRA and the Workers Party.

Venue

Central Library, Ilac Centre, Henry Street

Time

April 25 at 1:10 pm

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Writing Crime Fiction

Authors Sinéad Crowley, Andrew Hughes and Joe Joyce talk about the challenges of writing fiction based in different time periods. Sinéad Crowley’s crime novels Are You Watching Me? and Can Anybody Help Me? are set in contemporary Dublin Her new novel One Bad Turn will be published in June. Andrew Hughes’ latest novel The Coroner’s Daughter is set in 1816, while Joe Joyce’s Echoland series is set in Dublin in 1940s during the Emergency period. Chaired by editor and journalist Madeleine Keane.

Venue

Dublin City Library & Archive, 138-144 Pearse Street, Dublin 2

Time

April 25 at 6:30 pm

Tickets

Free

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