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The evolution of Meath Street

The evolution of Meath Street

Long-time residents say it’s changing. The younger generation moving in say it’s still the heart of Dublin City. Either way, no one can deny that Meath Street has evolved.   Walking…

Imelda May: ‘The people in the community have held each other up for years’

Imelda May: ‘The people in the community have held each other up for years’

The Liberty sat down with the singer over Zoom and spoke with her about her new album, learning Irish during lockdown and what it means to have grown up in…

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…

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…

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…

Niamh Keane- Dublin’s Up and Coming Musician

Niamh Keane- Dublin’s Up and Coming Musician

Niamh Keane is a promising young singer-songwriter and instrumentalist hailing from Dublin. She is a frequent performer around the Dublin music scene playing venues including Whelans, the Workmans Club, and…

Behind the street art at the Liberties’ heart

Behind the street art at the Liberties’ heart

Passing through the Liberties, it’s impossible to miss the range of vivid street art snaking throughout the walls of its various active and derelict buildings. While the National College of…

Ghost in the Shell: Review

Ghost in the Shell: Review

Remakes of cult classic films are always going to be an incredibly difficult task for Hollywood studios, especially acquired tastes such as Japanese cartoons. Ghost in the Shell, directed by…

The Boss Baby: Review

The Boss Baby: Review

Bringing new light to the age old childhood question “where do babies come from?”, The Boss Baby is a film adaption of the 2010 picture book written and illustrated by…

20th Century Women – Review

20th Century Women – Review

In Santa Barbara, California in 1979, Dorothea Fields (Annette Bening) is a single mother in her mid-50s raising her teenage son, Jamie. 20th Century Women is based in part on…

Top ten 2016 sporting events

Top ten 2016 sporting events

Cheltenham (15th -18th March) Cheltenham is one of horse racing’s most thrilling. The 2016 Cheltenham Festival will run from 15th to 18th March with the Cheltenham Gold Cup taking place…

D’you Remember Yer Man, celebrating a host of Dublin characters

D’you Remember Yer Man, celebrating a host of Dublin characters

  A book celebrating some of Dublin’s most well-known characters was released in late October and includes the stories of a host of individuals who roamed The Liberties. D’you Remember…

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