Things to see -Farcry Productions- Culture Night Dublin

If you are heading out into the heart of the city of Dublin tonight for Culture night do check out various sites by  Farcry Productions (www.farcryproductions.ie)

  •  Something to Live For

    Parliament Street/Cork St/Dame Street
  1. ThomasReadPoster.qxd

    Something to live for – window’s acknowledging the contribution made by individuals to the establishment of the Irish Republic. Originally installed 2006-2008

    somethingbynight

    Pidge Duggen, Ellen Walsh and other great citizens who made this country.

    There has been a special guest put up in one of the windows just for Culture night

    something-to-live-for

 

  • Close by the previous installation, you will find SOMEBODY’S CHILD, Essex Street, Temple Bar West.   This work lists the names of the children buried in a pit in Tuam, Bons Secours Mother and Baby home, Co Galway.

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somebodys-child-monday

 

 

 

  • THANK YOU – GO RAIBH MAITH AGAT – Georges Street, opposite The George

Proclamation translated into Arabic, Chinese, Gaeilge, French, Polish and Russian.  To find the German translation you will have to walk to The Oak Pub on Dame Street and look up above the door!

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  • CHILDREN TO YOUR FLAG, NEVER IN DARKNESS – Video installation, Dame Street (Stand at the bottom of Georges Street and look up)

A video installation on Dame Street – Georges street of 13 women who contributed greatly to Irish culture, heritage and the establishment of the Irish Republic.

see http://www.1916onehundred.ie/about.html

 

  • Also on the front of the Mercantile Pub, Dame Street you will come across the banners of 7 Women and 7 Men

 

 

 

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3 thoughts on “Things to see -Farcry Productions- Culture Night Dublin

  1. Hi Mannix

    I have an aunt who was in that home in Tuam from infancy to age 3 when she went back to my Grandfather as her mother died delivering her. Thankfully she survived!

    Regards Bonnie

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