Catherine Dowling has always been a voyager, advocate of roads
less travelled and an avid seeker of knowledge. With a BA in
Philology and Business she speaks four languages fluently - English,
French, Spanish and Gaelic. She is a contemporary musician, composer, singer and performer. Her works have been aired on How to get Away with Murder, CSI Miami, The Witches of East End and Alan Ball's production of Banshee. An upcoming project will include original music works on the greatest women in Irish History in both English and Gaelic.
She has a deep passion for history with her uncle Daniel Dowling
being a local Kilkenny historian and author of numerous highly-
acclaimed history books on the Kilkenny and Waterford areas. The birth place of her father is the location of the first Land
League meeting in the late 1870's in South Kilkenny and boosts a
collection of over 25,000 books.
With over 15 years working as a history guide, prepare to be
mesmerized by her knowledge, wit and charm as well her ability to
bring the human touch to the history of Dublin and Ireland.
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