There May Be Tay

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Bernadette McAliskey in 1969

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J Sully writes:

This Thursday night sees a Special screening of the IFTA-winning film Bernadette ‘Notes on a Political Journey’ (2011) followed by Q and A with the film’s director Lelia Doolan afterwards as a fundraiser for The Countess Markievicz School. Tickets €10 at The Mart, Rathmines Road, Rathmines, Dublin 6. Event is BYOB.

The Countess Markievicz School was founded in 2011 by a group of graduates of the School of Social Justice in UCD who were ‘concerned about the declining number of women in public and political life in Ireland’.  The school provides a discussion forum on women in honour of Ireland’s first MP and Cabinet Minister….

Markievicz Film Fundraiser (EventBrite)

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5 thoughts on “There May Be Tay

  1. Spaghetti Hoop

    If this is the documentary that was on TG4 a year or so ago it’s a superb production.

  2. Truth in the News

    How come Bernadette Devlin has never being confered with Honours from
    a University, A Freewoman of Belfast/Derry/Dublin or Nominated to the
    Senate, she certainly did the Nation some Service.

    Perhaps Gerry might develop the YES to equality concept in a unique way.

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