Dublin - Dublin City / South Georgian Quarter

National Leprechaun Museum

Dublin Folk(lore): Meet The City's Colourful Characters

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Museum storytellers will introduce you to some of Dublin city’s colourful characters, like the vicious Dollocher of Cornmarket, eccentric inventor Richard Pockrich, or Stoneybatter strangler Billy-in-the-Bowl – and their spectral haunts and curious homes in Dublin.

Watch these six stories unfold on the museum’s YouTube channel and our social media on Culture Night with a new video premiering each hour from 4pm to 10pm. Follow our social media for more information in the days leading up to Friday 18 September.

You’ll never look at the city – and your neighbours – the same way again!

Time: 4pm - 11pm

Genres: Comedy / Heritage / Literature / Performance / Theatre / Tour

Website: http://leprechaunmuseum.ie

No Booking Required

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Flash Storytelling at the National Leprechaun Museum

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As you roam and explore Dublin City on Culture Night, pop over to the National Leprechaun Museum for some flash storytelling at the front of the museum!

Every 15 minutes from 5.15pm to 8.45pm, sit and listen to our storytellers and seanchaí share a story from Irish folklore and mythology to give you a boost as you set off again to discover all that Dublin has to offer.

Simply drop by on the night and we’ll do our best to accommodate you, with social distancing and face coverings required.

We can welcome a maximum of 6 people per 15 minute interval at the front of the museum.

 P.S. There may be a little surprise at the side of the museum on Jervis Street too – just look for the witch…

Time: 5.15pm - 8.45pm

Genres: Comedy / Heritage / Literature / Performance / Theatre / Tour

Features: Family friendly

Address: Twilfit House, Jervis St, Dublin 1

Website: http://leprechaunmuseum.ie

No Booking Required