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Richmond Barracks introduces outdoor tours during Level 3

Richmond Barracks introduces outdoor tours during Level 3

On 18th September, Taoiseach Micheál Martin announced that Dublin moved into level 3, meaning the introduction of stronger Covid-19-related restrictions.   Due to these extra restrictions, indoor activities such as pubs, museums and other cultural venues must close unless they are able…

Grounds of Royal Hospital Kilmainham transformed for ‘Great Hunger’

Grounds of Royal Hospital Kilmainham transformed for ‘Great Hunger’

The Dublin Theatre Festival (DTF) has been running in a sharply cut-back and adapted version because of Covid-19 restrictions.   The DTF box office operates online-only and social distancing is taking place in all locations.   Dublin 8’s Royal Hospital Kilmainham has…

‘Everything is fine’ – or how to have a positive outlook on the lockdown through art

‘Everything is fine’ – or how to have a positive outlook on the lockdown through art

Amy McGrath only started to draw a few months ago but has already launched her first exhibition of drawings, Everything is fine.  Originally from Coolock in north county Dublin, McGrath graduated two years ago in Visual Communication from Technological University…

‘May Weekender’ for local culture falls victim to Covid-19 shutdown

By Jack Shanahan ‘CULTURE Date with Dublin 8’, which promotes the local area, has cancelled its ‘May Weekender’, planned for May 16th and 17th. The annual event celebrates the history,…

Women in election

Women in election

Women perform above average in GE2020 for Dublin South Central General Election 2020 marked a turning point for women in politics. For the first time ever, there was a female…

Flores thunderbolt the highlight as an exciting season ensues

Flores thunderbolt the highlight as an exciting season ensues

It’s Shamrock Rovers who have surged to the top of the SSE Airtricity Premier Division after an enthralling opening set of fixtures. A first home win for Rovers against champions…

Updates on St. Patrick’s Day Festival

Updates on St. Patrick’s Day Festival

St Patrick’s Day is celebrated internationally every year on March 17th. People celebrate with parties, events and parades. However, this year due to the outbreak of coronavirus in Ireland, the…

How International Women’s Day is celebrated in The Liberties

How International Women’s Day is celebrated in The Liberties

International Women’s Day globally celebrates the achievements women have made in social, economic and political aspects. This day has been celebrated for over a century and occurs every year on…

How walking keeps tourism alive in the Liberties

How walking keeps tourism alive in the Liberties

Local Liberties Tours creating Local Liberties Employment Dublin as a capital possesses many attractions for visitors from across the water such as the famous Leprechaun Museum, Dublin Castle, Temple Bar…

What do you meme: General Election 2020 edition

What do you meme: General Election 2020 edition

Memes we will remember By Katie Ward Online culture has monumentally changed politics. Social media has the capacity to reach out to the youth and give them quizzes about who…

Love D8: Celebrating all things Dublin 8

Love D8: Celebrating all things Dublin 8

By: Shay Galon This year marks the second year in a row of the Love D8 Community Fair. Taking place in St Catherine’s Church on Thomas Street this Saturday between…

Hen’s Teeth Christmas Bazaar brings sustainable and creative gifts to Dublin 8

Hen’s Teeth Christmas Bazaar brings sustainable and creative gifts to Dublin 8

Hen’s Teeth gallery’s christmas event Hen’s Teeth gallery are starting off their first festive season in their new Fumbally premises in style, with a Christmas Bazaar event taking place over…