We are hosting a night of music, song and a historic lecture on the events that unfolded in Dublin on the 26th of July 1914.
First we'll be hearing from Tom Stokes, Tom will be giving a lecture on the Asgard Gunrunning and the tragic circumstances that unfolded on Bachelors Walk that faithful evening. Which seen the Kings Own Scottish Borderers murder three unarmed civilians with a fourth dying days later from bayonet wounds.
Those who lost their lives were Patrick Quinn, Mary Duffy, James Brennan and Sylvester Pidgeon dying of bayonet wounds. The Memorial Plaque will be unveiled on the centenary anniversary later this year on the new Boardwalk running along Bachelors Walk.
Music is by Pól Mac Adaim and guests, with DJ till early morning. Musicians, Singers, Poets and entertainers are welcome to come along and join in.
Proceeds raised on the night will go towards covering the cost of the Memorial Plaque with all remaining funds donated to the National Graves Association for the redevelopment of St. Paul's Republican Plot Glasnevin.
THIS IS A NONE PARTY POLITICAL EVENT ALL ARE WELCOME.
SATURDAY 22nd OF FEBRUARY
THE ABBEY HOTEL,
52 MIDDLE ABBEY ST.
Entry Fee: €5.00
Doors from 8pm till late, with a full late bar.