Dublin - Dublin City / Trinity and The Docklands

Dublin Port Company

The Book of Names installation

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Open up of the installation process of Anu and Landmark new play, The Book of Names at Pump House n1. A unique opportunity to see the behind-the-scenes of theatre production and enjoy one the Dublin Port Heritage Sites.

Time: 7.30pm - 8pm

Time: 8.30pm - 9pm

Genres: Theatre

Features: Family friendly

Address: Port Centre, Alexandra Road, Dublin, Leinster D01 H4C6, Ireland

Website: http://dublinport.ie

Phone: 01 887 6000

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Canaries by Anu

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Projection of Anu play ‘Canaries’ on the Pump House Heritage Site.

Time: 7pm - 7.30pm

Time: 8pm - 8.30pm

Genres: Theatre

Features: Family friendly

Address: Port Centre, Alexandra Road, Dublin, Leinster D01 H4C6, Ireland

Website: http://dublinport.ie

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Walking Tours

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Explore the Port Heritage with East Wall History Group. Dublin Port has a history dating back to 1707 and while the company has always been forward looking, they have never lost sight of their substantial heritage. Much of the evolution of communities in the North and East Wall areas is inextricably linked either to the Port itself, or the numerous industries which developed around it.

The Railways, Shipbuilding, Car Assembly, Timber Importers, Coal, are some of the many businesses that flourished and evolved throughout the Port’s history while much of the early housing stock in the vicinity was built to accommodate the workers in those businesses. From those communities would come significant Artists, Musicians, Writers, and Poets.

Time: 4pm - 5pm

Time: 6pm - 7pm

Genres: Tour

Features: Family friendly

Address: Port Centre, Alexandra Road, Dublin, Leinster D01 H4C6, Ireland

Website: http://dublinport.ie

Phone: 01 887 6000

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