Perspectives of Ireland are diverse; for many who acknowledge some Irish DNA, the Emerald Isle is a land of myth, magic, music and migration, love and longing, and some still maintain a sense of muted outrage at 'remembered' wrongs. Others speak of the beauty of the landscape, Celtic character and humour, and the 'unpronounceable' Gaelic names. Many peoples have made their mark on Irish history and heritage over millennia, contributing place names in their own tongue, and their cultural preferences in monuments, and memories. This series traces a journey of exploration throughout Ireland that will be of interest to those who have visited in the past, 'armchair' travellers, and those who will be making this exciting journey in June and July 2015.
• Dublin to Belfast via the Boyne
• From the Giant's Causeway to Westport
• Galway to Limerick
• Killarney and environs
• Waterford, Tipperary and Cashel
• Glendalough and the Wicklow Mountains
Wednesdays 22 April - 27 May 7.30-9pm South Arts A4