Archive for the Events Category

‘25 to Clanwilliam’ – a theatrical triumph

‘25 to Clanwilliam’ – a theatrical triumph

The Battle of Mount Street Bridge has only recently been recognised as one of the bravest and bloodiest engagements of the 1916 Rising amongst the general public, although it has long been acknowledged as such by the residents of Ringsend […]

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The Citizens’ Breakfast

The Citizens’ Breakfast

Bloomsday is just around the corner yet again and a special new event will have its inauguration this year in Dublin 4. ‘The Citizen’s Breakfast’ is a community play that will be performed on Shelbourne Road on June 16th, and […]

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Rolling on the Riverfest

Rolling on the Riverfest

This June bank holiday weekend will once again see the return of the Dublin Port Riverfest. The weekend-long event is organised by the Dublin Port Company and also by the Docklands Business Forum. Spectators at this year’s festivities can expect […]

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The Marian Mile

The Marian Mile

April 19th saw the culmination of Marian College’s participation in the ISPCC’s anti-bullying ‘Shield Campaign’ with an active fundraiser called, ‘The Marian Mile.’ The event was part of an ISPCC initiative which takes place annually and involves 200 schools nationwide. […]

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Some upcoming local events

Some upcoming local events

DUBLIN PORT RIVER FESTIVAL Friday 3rd June – Monday 6th June This June Bank Holiday, North Wall Quay will play host to the Dublin Port Riverfest. Organised by the Dublin Port Company and the Docklands Business Forum, the festival will […]

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Fun at Ringsend Dog Show

Fun at Ringsend Dog Show

Ringsend’s first-ever dog show was held on Saturday, April 30th in Ringsend Park. On a cold but sunny day, dog lovers and locals alike gathered for a day of fun, prizes, hampers and dogs! This is part of the Ringsend […]

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Seditious Types

Seditious Types

A new exhibition recently opened in the National Print Museum on May 7th, which will run on until September. ‘Seditious Types, Legacy of the Printers of 1916’ opened earlier this month seeking to engage the public in a fresh understanding […]

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The Big Lie In

The Big Lie In

Some people run 26-mile marathons for charitable organisations. Some run coffee mornings. Harold’s Cross and Blackrock Hospice and Care Services, however, have asked people to do absolutely nothing. That’s right. On Sunday April 17th, their fundraiser requested that participants stay […]

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The Chris Crossing

The Chris Crossing

In late May or early June, twelve members of An Garda Síochána from Store Street will row approximately 58 nautical miles from Holyhead to Dublin Port in a fundraising challenge called The Chris Crossing to raise funds for the National […]

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Raytown Exhibition launched by Lord Mayor

Raytown Exhibition launched by Lord Mayor

Central to the celebrations of the Ringsend Community Week was the Raytown Rebellion Exhibition, which took place in the CYMWS from April 25th – May 1st. The exhibition was launched by The Lord Mayor of Dublin, Sinn Féin councillor Críona […]

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