Part of the GAA Museum's Remembering Bloody Sunday programme of events is the Bloody Sunday lecture series.
Insight awaits with these Monday evening lectures that will examine Bloody Sunday from every angle and analyse the impact felt in its wake.
A line-up of expert speakers will bring you thought provoking discussion on a diverse range of topics. Tickets are €10 (adult) and €8 (student/senior) and can be purchased for each individual lecture. Entry to the first two lectures is free as part of the Dublin Festival of History, but tickets must be booked in advance.
Entry to the GAA Museum with a chance to view the new Bloody Sunday exhibition is included in the ticket price.
The full list of speakers and topics is:
Week 1 (14 Sept): Prof Diarmaid Ferriter. Setting the scene: Overview of the War of Independence in Ireland, 1920.
Week 2 (21 Sept): Dr Anne Dolan. Killing and Bloody Sunday morning.
Week 3 (28 Sept): Dr Will Murphy. Sport and Revolition - the Irish Case
Week 4 (12 Oct): Prof Fearghal McGarry. 'An Irish Amritsar'? Ireland's revolution in global context.
Week 5 (19 Oct): Dr Ciara Chambers. The Propaganda of Partition: Coverage of the War of Independence and Civil War in Cinema Newsreels.
Week 6 (02 Nov): Speaker and lecture to be announced.
Week 7 (16 Nov): Michael Foley, Sunday Times. Remembering the Forgotten
Week 8 (09n Nov): Dr Siobhán Doyle. Commemorating Conflict: Remembering Bloody Sunday and Difficult History.
Please note that all lectures will adhere to Government guidelines in relation to social distancing, capacity, face coverings and hygiene in order to prevent the spread of Covid 19. All visitors should read the GAA Museum's procedures in relation to this at: www.crokepark.ie/tours/covid-19-procedures . Please do not attend a lecture if you are suffering from any symptoms relating to Covid 19 or are in quarantine,