Posts Tagged Memory Lane

Sacred Heart Church marking 150 years with talk

Sacred Heart Church marking 150 years with talk

The Sacred Heart Church in Donnybrook is celebrating its 150th anniversary with a talk on the church’s history. The talk will take place tomorrow, Wednesday November 9th, at 1pm in the Pembroke Library on Angelsea Road. In association with the […]

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1916 Exhibition in National Print Museum

1916 Exhibition in National Print Museum

The National Print Museum is currently hosting an exhibition intent on giving a fresh perspective on the Rising. “Seditious Types, Legacy of the Printers of 1916” explores the central role played by printers and printed media in shaping the image […]

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Dublin 4 house owned by Samuel Beckett for sale

Before he left Ireland behind for Paris in 1937, legendary playwright Samuel Beckett was a landlord in Dublin 4. Now a house he owned a is up for sale, but it is not cheap.

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Pat Liddy guides you through 1916 – Total War

Pat Liddy guides you through 1916 - Total War

With the centenary celebrations ongoing, the public is presented with a great opportunity to learn all about the 1916 Rising.

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Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by viewing the Proclamation

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day by viewing the Proclamation

A significant event in the Rising was Patrick Pearse reading aloud the Proclamation of the Irish Republic outside the GPO on Easter Monday, 24 April 1916. It is a symbol which proclaims independence, justifies rebellion and offers a vision of […]

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Mandal to give lecture on the rebuilding of Dublin after 1916

Mandal to give lecture on the rebuilding of Dublin after 1916

The 1916 Rising was the most devastating conflict in Ireland’s history, and it would be several years before Dublin would recover from the damage caused. Robin Mandal has an extensive knowledge of the steps that were taken to repair the […]

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de Valera historian to give 1916 lecture

de Valera historian to give 1916 lecture

2016 is a very big year for Ireland, being the centenary celebrations of the 1916 Rising. Now there is an opportunity for people to gain more extensive knowledge of this vital event in Irish history. On Thursday 10 March, Professor […]

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Dig Where You Stand

Dig Where You Stand

Claim your history with Dublin Dock Workers Preservation Society! The Docklands have a rich cultural history which is in danger of being forgotten in more modern times, as Declan Byrne from the DDWPS points out: “From the 1900s to the […]

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