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  1. The Aintree Grand National and the Dublin Dockland’s Field of Dreams — March 8, 2020
  2. Church Organ Restoration fund-raiser : 8th March 2020 — March 7, 2020
  3. “THE LITTLE MERMAID” – annual pantomime , tickets still available . — February 14, 2020
  4. Up in Smoke – the tragic saga of Virginia House, East Wall Road. — February 2, 2020
  5. “A DUBLIN TRAGEDY” : The infamous 1908 Fish Street Murder — January 11, 2020

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Mar 08

The Aintree Grand National and the Dublin Dockland’s Field of Dreams

Wharf Tavern

“…renowned specimens of horseflesh got their first lessons in Horseology.”   Joe O’Grady passed away in 1960, and it was in that year that ‘M.A.T.’ an Evening Mail Columnist recalled sipping a pint in the Wharf Tavern with him. Joe was a well-known poet, balladeer, and songwriter, and that evening he was lamenting his changing world. …

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Mar 07

Church Organ Restoration fund-raiser : 8th March 2020

Church organ fund raiser

Please support this community led initiative which aims to restore the original church organ to its former glory . ( The full story of the historic organ will be told later in the year , a unique part of the heritage of the North Dock community ).

Feb 14

“THE LITTLE MERMAID” – annual pantomime , tickets still available .

Little Mermaid

Feb 02

Up in Smoke – the tragic saga of Virginia House, East Wall Road.

Gallaghers actory 1931

“The first high-explosive shell of the long promised second battle of Clontarf has landed on the East Wall Road and blown an Irish firm out of existence and 300 Irish workers out of employment …” It was a building many associated with industry in the area – some remember it was Wiggins Teape , older …

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Jan 11

“A DUBLIN TRAGEDY” : The infamous 1908 Fish Street Murder

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It was described as “A SQUALID CRIME” , a grim murder , subsequent court-case and sensationalist newspaper coverage which gripped the public imagination . While the names of the victim and perpetrator have long been forgotten , the murder was so infamous at the time that it led to a street name been changed to …

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Dec 15

“North Wall eye-opener” – a Dockland Pub to remember

Anzac Soldiers on holidays in Ireland during WWI

As a new local pub, “The Bottle Boy”,opens at the location of the fondly remembered  “Connors” and “Vallence & McGrath” , we take a look back at the history of this address and the drinking establishments which previously stood there. The origins of a premises at No.81 North Wall Quay is somewhat obscure. In the …

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Dec 15

“When Hitchcock met O’Casey” DVD now available

DVD COVER Back

This feature length documentary , made in conjunction with the East Wall History Group is now available on DVD . It is currently available from the following outlets in Dublin , Galway and Kerry : Tower Records , Golden Discs, OMG @zhivago, Galway, Easons, Irish Film Institute, Music Express, Killarney. It is also available mail-order …

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Dec 15

Trinity College Dublin Innovation Awards

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The Trinity Innovation Awards celebrate innovation and entrepreneurship in Trinity College Dublin. The event was held in Regent House on 5th December 2019, attended by the Provost, Dr Patrick Prendergast, award nominees and guests. Awards were presented in 6 categories. Prof Carmel O’Sullivan was nominated for the ‘Societal Impact’ award which is presented to the Academic whose research has had …

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Dec 15

NOBBER – the Blue-Nosed Reindeer

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Nov 26

CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL 2019

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