Friday 12th July 2013 Aughrim Interpretative Centre :
7.30pm : Official Opening
8.00pm – 8.45pm : Colonel Charles O’Kelly by Joe Kelly
9.00pm : Music in the local pubs
Saturday 13th July 2013 St. Catherine’s Hall, Aughrim, Ballinasloe, Co. Galway
10.00am – 10.30am : Registration
10.30am- 11.30am : Keith Sidwell, A Galway poet’s Jacobite epic
11.30am- 12.00pm : Coffee Break * We might do Claoimh weapons demo here.
12.00pm – 1.00pm : John Cronin, and Damian Shiels The Battle of Knockdoe:
"History and Archaeology"
1.00pm- 2.00pm : Lunch
2.00pm – 3.30pm : Tomás Ó Brogáin weapons demonstration followed by: Eamonn Ó
Ciardha Thomas Arthur, comte de Lally, baron de Tollendal: The man who lost India
3.30pm-3.50pm : Tea break
3.50pm – 4.30pm : Pádraig Lenihan Folklore, memory, history and Aughrim
4.30- 5.30pm : Alan Smyth War’s impact on civilians: Connacht and the midlands 1690-91
5.30 pm – 5.45pm: Joe Kelly Focal Scoir
6.00pm : Battle of Aughrim Banquet (4 course meal): Valeries: Ticket only and
limited number, booking essential phone 086 2830673 or email
Music in local pubs on Saturday night
Sunday 14th July 2013 Aughrim Interpretative Centre
11.00am-11.30am Registration & Tea/Cofee
11.30am-12.15pm Julie Cruise
12.15pm-1.00pm Adrian Martyn –Martyn Links to The Battle of Aughrim
1.00pm – 1.30pm Light Lunch
1.30pm-2.15pm Christopher O’Keane – Links to Battle of Aughrim
2.15pm – 4.15pm Tracing Your Ancestors: Genealogical Advice Clinic provided by
East Galway Genealogy Centre, Ireland XO, Western Family History
Food available all day at Valeries of Aughrim
Sunday night session music local pubs
Battleﬁeld Tours on Request
Organised by Aughrim Remembered Committee and the Kelly Clan Association in
conjunction with Galway CoCo Heritage.
Saturday €15. Includes Tea/Cofee and light lunch
Sunday €15. Includes Tea/Cofee and light lunch
Saturday & Sunday €25
All weekend ‘ Living History’ personnel.
Art exhibition by
artist Sean Ó Brogain.
Clicking on the image below will allow you to print off a copy of our programme, if you wish. (Designed & produced by Damian GoodFellow)