WALK: Phibsborough in a time of revolution: SORRY, BOOKED OUT

We think of the Irish revolution in Dublin as playing out primarily on city centre streets, but Phibsborough witnessed more than its fair share of activity. Did you know that The Hut pub was once a popular rendezvous point for Fenian radicals, or that the funeral of Thomas Ashe passed through Phibsborough in 1917? Join Donal Fallon, Historian in Residence with Dublin City Council, as he shines a light on the role of Phibsborough and its environs in a time of revolutionary change, looking at famous and forgotten local residents.

Meet at Phibsboro Library, North Circular Road on 8th October at 1.30pm

Please book tickets to attend this event at Eventbrite: phibsborough_walk.eventbrite.ie

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