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Bringing wonder to the Liberties

Bringing wonder to the Liberties

NCAD students reworking charity shop clothes Previously Loved is a project set up by Ellen Owens, Kerry Gorman and Luke Meehan. The project aims to highlight the lives of clothes…

Farrugia hoping for big things from exciting Irish 21s team

Farrugia hoping for big things from exciting Irish 21s team

The Irish under-21 football team has gone under a revolution of sorts during the last year or two, with former Dundalk manager, Stephen Kenny, getting a great tune out of…

Immersive Tech Week launches at the Digital Hub

Immersive Tech Week launches at the Digital Hub

Immersive Tech This week the Liberty visited the launch of Immersive Technology Week at the Crane Street premises of the Digital Hub on Thursday November 14th. The week-long celebration focuses…

The 2019 Festival of Politics is here!

The 2019 Festival of Politics is here!

Festival of Politics This week, the Festival of Politics returns for its third year in a row. It runs from Thursday to Sunday, with many different events throughout each day.…

The Liberty Visits Vaults Live

The Liberty Visits Vaults Live

This week the Liberty visited one of the newest and most creative tourist attractions in Dublin 8 – Vaults Live.  The Vaults tell the stories of six “infamous” characters in…

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.…

Bridal Corner in Glasnevin closes down

Bridal Corner in Glasnevin closes down

The perfect white dress, perfectly placed in a gown cover, is what every bride expects to see in the changing room hours before she walks down the aisle.  But, that…

Dublin’s most haunted spots

Dublin’s most haunted spots

Dublin is home to a great deal of “haunted”, spooky places, but which ones should you visit this Halloween? We spoke to Dublin City Council South Central area’s Historian in…

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,…

Lighting up the Liberties

Lighting up the Liberties

Located on the historically broad part of James’ Street stands a revamped 18th century church that is now home to Pearse Lyons Distillery. While the building and its onsite offices…

Hen’s Teeth is bringing colour back to Dublin 8

Hen’s Teeth is bringing colour back to Dublin 8

As we see places like the Tivoli and the Bernard Shaw leaving southwest Dublin, it’s easy to think that the culture we know and love from the area is slowly…

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