Remember & Discuss:
History Ireland Hedge School: History, Memory and Bloody Sunday 1920

Wednesday November 18th, 7PM

Did the events of Bloody Sunday mark a decisive turning point in the ongoing War of Independence? How were they represented at the time? How are they remembered today?
Press Report from Bloody Sunday 1920

History Ireland Editor Tommy Graham will host these lively and unfettered round-table discussions with historians and well-known personalities, including Professor Fearghal McGarry, Dr. Brian Hanley and Dr. Siobhán Doyle.

Hedge School at the GAA Museum is supported by the Commemorations Unit, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht.

A limited number of free tickets will be available for this event but they must be reserved in advance.

Tickets for this event are not on sale yet

Covid-19 Procedures

All events will adhere to government guidelines in relation to social distancing and capacity to prevent the spread of Covid-19. All visitors to the GAA Museum should familiarise themselves with our procedures in advance of their visit on crokepark.ie/tours/covid-19-procedures