Arran Henderson graduated Art History from Oxford Brooks and from Fine Art from Dublin's National College of Art and Design. He also holds a Masters Degree from the Dublin Institute of Technology and has written on various aspects of art history, including his well known Hidden Dublin series, for various papers and journals such as The Irish Arts Review. Arran has led tours for the leading cultural agencies in Ireland's capital, including the Irish Architecture Foundation and Irish Georgian Society. He specializes in Fine Art interpretation, especially at the National Gallery of Ireland and, separately, on reading and revealing Dublin and Irish history, from Viking and Medieval through Georgian and Victorian, seen through the street-scape, topography and architecture of Dublin.
Rebecca is a PhD candidate with the Media & Memory Research Initiative in the School of Drama, Music and Screen in the University of Hull. Her research focuses on the possible collaboration between cultural institutions and the public through collective, knowledge building projects, and understanding this work through the language of curation. She worked in the National Museum of Ireland for five years as part of an inventory project, completing a masters degree with in Interpretation, Representation, and Heritage during that time.
Trained at L'Ecole de Mimodrame De Paris Marcel Marceau and the Oscar School of Acting (Dublin) Jack has 35 years of experience in the business of theatre and acting. Theatre acting is his first love but he has also enjoyed work as a screen actor over the years, most recently as Tom Clarke on the mini series WRECKING THE RISING about 1916, also includes Vikings RTE (coming up), Jack Taylor TV3, Ripper Street BBC, Killinaskully RTE, The Tudors BBC, The Escapist, and more. He recently started to use his storytelling ability in giving tours - Writers and Republicans, to visitors interested in the history and stories of Dublin.