Richmond Barracks – Autumn/Winter events

Mondays at the Mess
Series of Talks & Lectures at Richmond Barracks
Tickets €5.00 –  includes a cup of tea/coffee & scone in the Mess Café

Monday 2nd October 2017
11am – “All Quiet on the Southern Front: the South Circular Road on the eve of World War One”
Lecturer: Cathy Scuffil, Historian-in-Residence with Dublin City Council – South Central Area.
This lecture will focus on the social and economic life of people living on the South Circular Road in Dublin in the summer of 1914, as war broke out across Europe.

Monday 6th November 2017
11am – “In Her Footsteps” delves into the interesting world of the famous (and not so famous) women who lived and worked in the historically rich South-East area of Dublin.
Lecturer: Maeve Casserly, Historian-in-Residence with Dublin City Council – South East Area

Monday 4th December 2017
11am – Screening of Barracks Square Estate: Three Ages of a Place, a documentary by independent filmmaker Joe Lee about Richmond Barracks and the Communities of Keogh Square, St Michael’s Estate and Inchicore, followed by a panel discussion.

Bookings can be made through
Webwww.Eventbrite.ie
Emailrichmondbarracks@dublincity.ie
Telephone: 01 222 8400

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Culture Night 2017
Friday 22nd September

Join the staff and volunteers of Richmond Barracks for Culture Night 2017
Free Guided tour of Richmond Barracks & Goldenbridge Cemetery at 6pm
Booking is essential.
Self-guided tours of Richmond Barracks only available from 5pm to 9pm
No booking required.
Booking for guided tour through Eventbrite
For more information on Culture Night please see www.culturenight.ie

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Festival of History 2017
Thursday 5th October at 7.30pm:
Première screening of “Barracks Square Estate: Three Ages of a Place”, a documentary by independent filmmaker Joe Lee about Richmond Barracks and the Communities of Keogh Square, St Michael’s Estate and Inchicore.
Booking details to be confirmed

Saturday 7th October at 11am to 4pm
Family Day – This exciting day will take history off the dusty pages and make it accessible, exciting, tactile and engaging for children.
No booking required.
For more information on the Festival of History, please see : www.dublinfestivalofhistory.ie

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