Proud son of Dublin's North Wall community, a member of one of Ireland's most successful musical exports, Gatley enjoyed a successful stage and tv career before his death in 2009.
Eighty years ago, on 4 October 1936, Dublin-born Morry Levitas helped prevent a fascist march through London’s East End through his part in the battle of Cable Street.
This year we welcomed 1467 visitors through the doors and we had plenty for them to see and hear.
Edward Delaney, sculptor, who died 22 September 2009, executed two of Dublin’s most familiar public monuments: the bronze statues of Wolfe Tone and of Thomas Davis.
Recently, one of the greatest prizes in marine archaeology – HMS Terror – was located in Terror Bay, south of King William Island, Nunavut, Canada.
Tickets for the Hamilton Day Lecture by Professor Shafi Goldwasser (MIT and the Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel) are on sale now.
Have your say in shaping the future of Archaeology in Ireland.
Ordnance Survey 6-inch maps (1833-46): Dr Patrick Duffy’s Heritage Week lecture at the RIA Library and more.
Future Earth Ireland (FEI) are hosting an event around one of the pillars of the Future Earth initiative,‘transdisciplinary research’.
Future Earth is accepting applications from members to join its Science Committee and Engagement Committee.
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