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The Liberties is up and running – in a new local club 

The Liberties is up and running – in a new local club 

Sun, rain, or stone, with the Liberties near home, there’s no need to run alone! The Liberties Running Club is the brainchild of three runners local to The Liberties, Dave…

Win For The Weavers: Liberties group takes home Pride of Place Award

Win For The Weavers: Liberties group takes home Pride of Place Award

The Liberties Weavers were crowned winners at the 2023 IPB Pride of Place awards. The group, based in The Timberyard on Cork Street, claimed first place in the ‘Creative Place…

Operation Twin Tracks: Rail safety day meets public cynicism

Operation Twin Tracks: Rail safety day meets public cynicism

On November 16, the yearly “Operation Twin Tracks” was conducted by An Garda Síochána with the aim to improve “rail safety” and “community engagement”. However, many still feel that not…

Smart D8 Showcase 2023

Smart D8 Showcase 2023

Smart D8, the part of Dublin 8 that’s all about making people healthier and happier, announced funding for four new test projects earlier this year. These projects use innovative technologies…

Candlelight Concerts at St. Patrick’s Cathedral 

Candlelight Concerts at St. Patrick’s Cathedral 

The Music of Adele Candlelight by J’Adele, organised by Kinda Dusty, recently sold out St Patrick’s Cathedral.  With over 700 people attending the venue on October 27, the performance allowed…

There’s nothing scarier than fast fashion

There’s nothing scarier than fast fashion

A Halloween ‘Swap Shop’ will be taking place in the Liberties this weekend.   Climate Ambassador will be hosting the Halloween themed Swap Shop on Sunday, October 22 from 1pm to…

Electronic duo Overmono headline Vicar Street – Review

Electronic duo Overmono headline Vicar Street – Review

Electronic duo Overmono made their first Vicar Street appearance earlier this month, and we hope it won’t be the last.  The British duo headlined the iconic Vicar Street on Friday,…

If Gray Street could talk: Gogglebox Ireland’s Anita Reilly on life in The Liberties and being on hit Virgin Media show

If Gray Street could talk: Gogglebox Ireland’s Anita Reilly on life in The Liberties and being on hit Virgin Media show

It was a Wednesday afternoon as I walked through The Liberties where I took a right off Meath Street and headed down Gray Street to meet one half of Gogglebox Ireland’s Liberties…

Iveagh Markets: €9 million funding announced amid fears of structural collapse

Iveagh Markets: €9 million funding announced amid fears of structural collapse

The long-awaited conservation work on The Liberties’ Iveagh Markets is planned to start late next year. The iconic building has been left derelict and decaying since its closure in 1996,…

Italian Film Festival hosted in the Lighthouse

Italian Film Festival hosted in the Lighthouse

A “New Italian Cinema Events’ (NICE) Film Festival came to the Lighthouse Cinema in Smithfield this year, after a first and very well attended edition in Cork in 2022.  The 2023…

Imelda May to make her theatre debut

Imelda May to make her theatre debut

Liberties native and renowned singer Imelda May will make her theatre debut this August in the lead role of ‘Mother of All the Behans’, the story of Brendan Behan’s inspirational…

The Liberties – defined by Dublin’s walls

The Liberties – defined by Dublin’s walls

The historic Liberties, both north and south of the Liffey, were ‘free’ because they were outside the city. During the middle ages, limestone city walls were erected around an area…

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