Amiga Ireland 2019

Fri, 18 Jan 2019 - Sat, 19 Jan 2019
05:00 - 11:00

January 18th & 19th 2019 - Game competitions, workshops, spot prizes and very special guests. Last time we were honoured with in-person appearances from David Pleasance and Trevor Dickenson as well as Eddy Carroll, Neil McCafferkey and Nial Ó'Brolchain. We are attempting something special for 2019 that we can't confirm yet, so the ticket price has gone up just a little. We love having international visitors so please book early and get in touch if you need help organising transport.
Past guests included
David Pleasance (Former Commodore UK Boss)
Trevor Dickenson (A-EON)
Eddy Carroll (SnoopDOS author)
Paul Cuisett (Delphine / Flashback)*
Mike Battilana (Colanto)
Neil Cafferkey (Prism2v2 driver author)
Rob Cranley (Amiga Future)
Mike Clarke (Psygnosis / Atomicom)
Jon Hare (Sensible Software)*
Niall Ó'Brolchain (C64 Developer & former Mayor)
We plan some new and interesting workshops. First one confirmed is an AROS installation workshop. Use a laptop you don't need for anything else or use VirtualBox to run it in it's own container in your existing operating system without disturbing anything. Neil will be on hand to guide you through the process.
Win spot prizes such as Amiga wifi cards, games, badges and more. Meet like minded folks and immerse yourself in the past and future of Amiga lovliness. We have grown to over seventy members and had twenty turn up on the day. Let's get as many together now and enjoy the new, better, more organised (!) event. Hotel discounts available for those staying overnight. Main site:
A friendly, annual meeting with other enthusiasts of Amiga, Commodore and life in general :) Thanks to Dermot O'Halloran for providing his spectacular photography under Creative Commons 2.0 Attribution License. See Dermot's portfolio here: License:

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The Prince of Wales Hotel

Bridge Street, , Ireland


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