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A Guide to Dublin’s Festival Of History

A Guide to Dublin’s Festival Of History

Dublin Festival Of History is currently underway The Dublin Festival of History is currently under way and runs until Sunday, October 20th. This year the Festival, organised by Dublin City…

The Liberty Visits Dublin Theatre Festival

The Liberty Visits Dublin Theatre Festival

This week, The Liberty visited Pike St. in the Smock Alley Theatre on Exchange Street Lower, Dublin 8. This production was part of the annual Dublin Theatre Festival.  Pike St.…

Spitalfields takes over from Shanahan’s glory

Spitalfields takes over from Shanahan’s glory

In the second week of July 2019, the news broke that Shanahan’s pub, nestled on the corner of 25 The Coombe, had been sold. In its place today stands Spitalfields,…

Bands FC: Where music meets football

Bands FC: Where music meets football

Bands FC is the simple, yet genius, brainchild of Mark Liptrott and Nick Fraser. They took their two favourite things, football and music and blended them together. They created an…

‘Containing’ Dublin’s empty spaces

‘Containing’ Dublin’s empty spaces

‘Container Coffee’, created by Gordon Hickey, sits comfortably beside the Digital Hub with the Saint Patrick’s Tower as a backdrop to this bright blue coffee shop. It is unmissable to…

Film Review – I Just Need ‘A Simple Favour’

Film Review – I Just Need ‘A Simple Favour’

  Stephanie (Anna Kendrick) is a full-time mommy vlogger with an annoying abundance of energy for life. Emily (Blake Lively) is a glamorous woman who has a dark past and…

Film Review – ‘Under the Clock’

Film Review – ‘Under the Clock’

  “Love is an itch underneath the heart you can’t scratch,” chuckles the charming and eccentric musician, Ray Gunn, from the armchair by the window of his living room. Sat…

The Shock of the Fall – Nathan Filer

The Shock of the Fall – Nathan Filer

In the Shock of the Fall author Nathan Filer creates Matthew Homes’ entire life in an interesting way. The story is told from Matthew’s perspective as he writes his thoughts…

172 years since the death of the Last of the Gleemen

172 years since the death of the Last of the Gleemen

“Ye sons and daughters of Erin, Gather round poor Zozimus, yer friend; This month, marks 172 years since the death of Michael J Moran, a local Liberties poet known for…

Tourist Trail of the Liberties

Tourist Trail of the Liberties

As one of Dublin’s most historic neighbourhoods the Liberties is a popular destination for tourists when they are staying here in Dublin. The Liberties is one of our capital city’s…

‘The Half Promised Land’ Newest Autism Friendly Play in Dublin’

‘The Half Promised Land’ Newest Autism Friendly Play in Dublin’

A new production of Maeve Binchy’s 1979 play ‘The Half Promised Land’ included one relaxed performance specifically for those with an Autism Spectrum Condition or any sensory and communication disorders.…

The Guinness Storehouse

What better way to celebrate St Patrick’s Day and celebrate being Irish than taking a trip to the Guinness Storehouse. As the overwhelming majority of people know the Irish are…

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