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Dublin - Event Notice
Sunday October 07 2012
02:30 PM

AFA Ireland - 21st birthday weekend 7 October.

category dublin | rights, freedoms and repression | event notice author Monday October 01, 2012 16:28author by Elric Report this post to the editors

Anti-Fascist Action Ireland will be hosting a weekend of events to mark our 21st birthday on the 6th to the 7th of October in Dublin City.

Sunday:

Walking Tour, Plaque Unveiling, Mural Unveiling & Trad/Ballad Session.

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Sunday afternoon

Details: Guided anti-Fascist and radical history walking tour of Dublin.
Venue: Meet at Jim Larkin statue, O’Connell Street
Time: 2:30pm

Details: Unveiling of plaque, by Independent Cllr. Cieran Perry (Dublin Central), dedicated to Irish who fought Franco and all those since who have taken up the fight against Fascism. Manus O’Riordan (historian & author) and Tom Redmond (Communist Party of Ireland) will also be speaking.
Venue: Connolly Books (43 East Essex Street, Dublin 2)
Time: 4:00pm.

Details: Unveiling of mural to International Brigadier Bob Doyle who was born nearby in the area by close friend and historian Harry Owens and Ciaran Crossey (Ireland SCW website and author of several relatedpublications)
Venue: Cobblestone Pub (77 King St North, Smithfield, Dublin 7)
Time: 6:00pm.

Details: Trad/ballad session with Rónán Ó Snodaigh (Kila), Ciaran Murphy, Lynched, Pol MacAdaim and more.
Venue: Cobblestone Pub (77 King St North, Smithfield, Dublin 7)
Time: Immediately after mural unveiling. 6:30pm ish.

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