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‘Feast’ your eyes on fine food and art

‘Feast’ your eyes on fine food and art

Located at the edge of the Liberties, Feast is a modern Michelin recommended restaurant on a quiet corner close to Saint Patrick’s Cathedral. Originally located in Dún Laoghaire, Feast recently…

Liberties Uncovered – Milk

Liberties Uncovered – Milk

The vibrant Liberties area of Dublin 8 is a culturally rich hub for budding new artists and musicians. With both NCAD and BIMM being located at its core, it’s no…

Irish film to premiere at Film Festival this weekend

Irish film to premiere at Film Festival this weekend

Dub Daze, a new Irish film written, directed and produced by Irish filmmaker Shane Collins is finally complete and will premiere at the Virgin Dublin International Film Festival in Cineworld,…

District 8 has announced it is closing at the end of January 2019

District 8 has announced it is closing at the end of January 2019

District 8, one of Dublin’s underground music venues, has announced its final dates before closing at the end of January. The club is situated in the Tivoli Theatre, on Francis…

Local historian’s latest book examines the Liberties during the rare old times

Local historian’s latest book examines the Liberties during the rare old times

“That’s why I’ve written this book on the Liberties, so that people will remember that it is an amazing place. To me, it is probably Dublin’s most unique neighbourhood, for…

Liberties short film: Dublin 8 Portrait

Liberties short film: Dublin 8 Portrait

  With just a camera and a bicycle, film director Mia Mullarkey jumped into the deep end of community in the Liberties to create a special short film, Dublin 8…

Making Culture Available to Everyone

Making Culture Available to Everyone

  “Accessibility” is one of the key words behind the annual Culture Night that takes place all over Ireland. That was also the main priority in Dublin this year, when…

Sarah O’ Rourke, a hat designer in London

Sarah O’ Rourke, a hat designer in London

At 30 years old, Ashbourne hat-designer Sarah O’ Rourke has already been to London twice to show her work. She will return in March for a third exhibition at Hat…

‘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.…

Art Space Activity; Gallery Zozimus

Art Space Activity; Gallery Zozimus

It has been over 10 years since Gallery Zozimus first opened in Dublin 8 and while other galleries on Francis Street have moved on, Zozimus is still going strong. And…

Visual Culture Taster Day 2018

Visual Culture Taster Day 2018

The National College of Art and Design, in the heart of the Liberties, is known for students doing lots of practical work. However, NCAD also has a course for people…

Do kids from the Liberties have enough to do after school?

Do kids from the Liberties have enough to do after school?

By Janus Fabricius You might not remember it, but The Bayno was a play centre for kids in the Liberties. It was where Liberties College is now, and kids used…

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