‘Casement in Kerry: A Revolutionary Journey’ at Kerry County Museum will take visitors on a series of revolutionary journeys: Roger Casement’s path from servant of the Crown to Irish nationalist that led to the gallows in Pentonville Prison; the road to independence for Ireland with the first stepping stone of the Easter Rising; and the experience of the Kerry people whose lives were transformed by the events of 1916. Here, the global and national intersect with the local, revealing the dramatic effect the revolutionary period had on the lives of Irish women and men.
Casement in Kerry: from 21 April
Image: Donal Stack