Anne with participants from the USA in the this year's (2018) annual Wander Woman Tour at the statue of Grace O'Malley in Westport House.
For more details of Wander Woman Tours worldwide visit www.wanderwomantours.com
Date: Saturday 23 June at 8. pm Town Theatre, Westport
As part of FEILE CUAN MODH Anne is directing a scene from her new play MATRIARCHS - a drama about ageism and gender imbalance through the experiences of Grace O'Malley and Queen Elizabeth I.
Set on the eve of the Battle of Kinsale (1601) now in their declining years both women are experiencing the negative aspects of growing old and discover that, although perceived enemies, they have much more in common than they imagined.
Illustrated talk by her biographer
Next Wednesday 16 May at 5.30 pm
Little Museum of Dublin, St Stephen's Green
Monday 16 April marks the 60 anniversary of the death of Ireland's famous prima donna, Margaret Burke Sheridan.
Born in Castlebar, Co Mayo, 'discovered' by Marconi, trained by Martino, Pucinni and Toscanini, who dubbed her 'Empress of Ireland', she performed with operatic legends, such as Gigli, Pertile, Lauri Volpi, Badini, Zanelli, Autori, at La Scala, San Carlos, Rome, Turin, Cremona and many of Italy's other great opera houses, and also at Covent Garden.
Anne will give a talk on the fascinating life of this famous Irishwoman in
The Little Museum, St Stephen's Green, Wednesday 16 May at .5.30 pm