Kate Hickey is the Editorial Director at Irish Studio, overseeing IrishCentral, Ireland of the Welcomes and British Heritage Travel magazines.
She joined IrishCentral as Editor in 2010 while living in New York. In 2015 she returned to her hometown of Dublin, expanding IrishCentral's base into Ireland. She now works from the Irish Studio Dublin office.
In 2010 Kate moved to New York having worked in various online and print publications such as The Irish Independent, The Irish Times, and New York Arts among others. Kate has also worked as a Spokesperson for the Irish Lobby for Immigration Reform and as a European Tour Manager for Education First.
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Irish man Thomas Blood made an attempt to steal the British crown jewels in 1671.
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If you listen to the lyrics of U2's "New Year's Day," you'll hear it was one of their earliest political messages.