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One City One Book 2018

The Long Gaze Back, An Anthology of Irish Women Writers edited by Sinéad Gleeson, is the Dublin: One City One Book choice for 2018. Ardmhéara Bhaile Átha Cliath, Mícheál Mac Donncha, has launched an exciting programme of events for the 2018 Dublin: One City One…

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Ms-150 Gilbert Collection. Image courtesy of Dublin City Public Libraries and Archive Ms-150 Gilbert Collection. Image courtesy of Dublin City Public Libraries and Archive Ms-150 Gilbert Collection. Image courtesy of Dublin City Public Libraries and Archive

When am I to see my books?

This plea was voiced by Lord Charlemont in a letter to his friend Edmund Malone on 2nd January 1781. Lord Charlemont was an avid collector of books, art and antiquities. He furnished his house at Rutland Square (Parnell Square) with purchases from his extensive travels…

New Spaces for Culture

Hare sculpture by Barry Flanagan, Parnell Square (2006) Image courtesy of Dublin City Library and Archive Hare sculpture by Barry Flanagan, Parnell Square (2006) Image courtesy of Dublin City Library and Archive Hare sculpture by Barry Flanagan, Parnell Square (2006) Image courtesy of Dublin City Library and Archive

Inclusive and open

‘A dynamically managed developmental space for diverse audiences that , through programming, participation, exhibitions and performances showcases the vibrant cultural life of Dublin to a local, national and international audience’. Read more about our vision for Parnell Square Cultural Quarter.

Cearnóg Parnell

Malton Print of Rutland Square. Image courtesy of Dublin City Library and Archive Malton Print of Rutland Square. Image courtesy of Dublin City Library and Archive Malton Print of Rutland Square. Image courtesy of Dublin City Library and Archive

Áit Stairiúl

Tá Cearnóg Parnell suite ag ceann thuaidh an phríomhbhealaigh cathrach a théann ó Chearnóg Parnell, síos Sráid Uí Chonaill agus Sráid an Dáma, agus ar aghaidh go dtí Ard-Eaglais Chríost. Is í an sampla is luaithe de chearnóga Seoirseacha Bhaile Átha Cliath agus deirtear gurb…

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