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#LockoutLectures – The 1913 Lockout –Dun Laoghaire & The Marine is the theme to a series of lectures to be held on Sunday 25 August in the Dun Laoghaire Club, 3 Eblana Avenue which is off Marine Road.
The afternoon event (donation request) is to be hosted by the Maritime Museum of Ireland which runs the nearby National Maritime Museum of Ireland and to where as previously reported this venue is run an exhibition on the 1913 Lockout.
The lecture programme in the Dun Laoghaire Club, is listed as follows:
12noon "Kingstown-Portrait of an Edwardian Seaport Town" – Peter Pearson
1pm "The 1913 Lockout –International Context" – Colin Whitson
2pm "Women in the 1913 Lockout" – Mary Muldowney
3pm "Dublin Dock Communities and the Legacy of 1913" – Joe Mooney
3.45pm "Dun Laoghaire in 1913 –Stronghold of Unionism or Frontier of New Unionism?" – Padraig Yeates
4.30pm "Patrick Moran: Trade Unionist, Sportsman and Patriot" – May Moran
5.15pm "Edward Lee –The 'Model Employer' – Mike Lee
If visiting the National Maritime Museum which is open every day 11am-5pm, noting admission fees, there is a gift shop and café in addition to wheelchair accessibility, though some areas have restricted access. For mor details visit:www.mariner.ie
Location, the museum is in the former Mariners Church on Haigh Terrace, which can be reached from Lower Georges Street or from the coast road, noting pedestrian access over the DART railway line (opposite the East Pier), or by strolling along The Metals.