International Woman's Day 2019

★Anne was a guest on the Elaine Show, for International Woman's Day, 2019.★

To celebrate International Woman's Day, Anne was a guest on the Elaine Show, Virgin Media, TV which aired on Friday 8th of March to chat about GRACE O'MALLEY - the pioneering female trailblazer.

Pictured are presenter Elaine Crowley and author Anne Chambers after the Show.



Anne with Joan Mulloy (Westport) and Sarah Murphy, Deputy Managing Director, Business Post Events and iQuest at the Irish Embassy, London.

Delighted to have taken part at the St Brigid's Day celebrations at the Irish Embassy in London on Friday 1 February.



Delighted to have taken part at the St Brigid's Day celebrations at the Irish Embassy in London on Friday 1 February.
Many thanks to Ambassador O'Neill and the Embassy staff for their welcome and kind hospitality.
It was a privilege to bring Grace O'Malley, the original female Irish trailblazer, back to London after 400 years.
And with such a positive reaction to her story from the large audience present.
A special thanks to my 'crew' for the evening - the wonderful Roisin Ingle for chairing my interview, to Olwen Fouere for her incisive portrayal of both Grace O'Malley and Queen
Elizabeth I from my play Matriarchs and to the modern-day Grace - the intrepid Joan Mulloy from Westport - who plans to sail solo around the World in 2020.
Anne with Olwen Fouere, Roisin Ingle- Irish Times and Joan Mulloy in rehearsals for St Brigid's Day at the Irish Embassy, London.

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Fearless leader by land and by sea, political pragmatist and tactician, rebel, pirate and matriarch, the ’most notorious woman in all the coasts of Ireland’ GRACE O’MALLEY challenges and manipulates the turbulent politics of the 16th century

Grace O'Malley: The Biography of Ireland's Pirate Queen, 1530-1603 is the sole published biographical account of Grace O’Malley, sourced from original manuscript material, both in public and in private domain. For the latter, the author, Anne Chambers, had sole and exclusive access. Much of this material was located and decyphered in its original form (i.e.16th century manuscripts) by the author and is exclusive to her book. Furthermore, the presentation, opinions and analyses in the book are exclusive to the author. The author reserves all her rights in this book. No part of her book may be reproduced or utilised in any form or media, written or oral, or by means digital, electronic or mechanical, including photographic, film, video recording, photocopying, or by any information storage and retrieval system. Permission from the author and publisher must first be obtained to reproduce any part of or quotations from the book. Any transgression in this regard will be addressed. For more information, comments or enquiries please contact: Info: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Copyright © 2022.


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