Freemason’s Hall Introduced by Ailbhe Ó Monacháin ‘The sound of silence: Irish languages sources for the 1916 Rising.’ Much of the 1916 revolution was inspired...
This has been the headquarters of Irish Freemasonry for almost 150 years. Its highly decorated hall will today house a series of talks, debates and performances, including an exploration – in Irish – of the role of the media in the 1916 Rising. An afternoon concert will remember the Feis Ceoil of 1916.
Photograph of Freemasons’ Hall courtesy of Freemansons’ Hall