A captivating retelling of the story of Grace O’Malley, the Pirate Queen of Ireland. Grace is a true daughter of the fearsome O’Malley clan, and while still a child she yearns to help her father fight to keep Henry VIII’s invading English armies out of Ireland. But battlefields are not seen as places for women, and for years she must sit idly at home while her father and her husband march off to defend their homeland. When English conspirators brutally murder her husband, though, Grace will remain idle no longer.

She herself leads men into battle on the high seas, where her prowess as a sailor and her ability with … More

Ireland, 16th Century. A time of strife, invasion & adventure …From Ireland’s wild west coast, a true leader emerges – Granuaile, the pirate queen …mother, lover, seafarer & chieftain. A true story of bravery on the high seas, of battles, of love, loss & leadership.

Follow the astounding and sometimes tragic tale of Ireland’s own Queen of Storms brought to stunning life in this beautiful … More

Over the last couple of decades an ideological battle has raged over the political legacy & cultural symbolism of the “golden age” pirates who roamed the seas between the Caribbean Islands & the Indian Ocean from 1690 to 1725. They are depicted as romanticized villains on the one hand, & as genuine social rebels on the other.

They are depicted as romanticized villains on the one hand, and as genuine social rebels on the other. Life Under … More