Dublin Festival of History
Dublin Festival of History is brought to you by Dublin City Council and organised by Dublin City Libraries, in partnership with Dublin City Council Culture Company.
Dublin City Libraries
One of the key aims of Dublin City Libraries is to preserve, share and promote the history and heritage of Dublin and Ireland and to encourage and facilitate historical research.
To find out more about our collections and our services, please visit our website.
Big Weekend at the Printworks, Dublin Castle – Friday 29, Saturday 30 September and Sunday 1 October
Our Big Weekend of events will take place at the Printworks Event and Exhibition Centre, Dublin Castle, Dame St, Dublin 2.
Festival bookshop: The Gutter Bookshop
Pop-up History Library: Bring along your library card and borrow history books and historical novels from the Festival’s History Library located at the Printworks, Dublin Castle during the Big Weekend.
How To Book
Admission is FREE to all events at the Dublin Festival of History but tickets must be booked in advance. Please see individual events for booking details.
At the time of publication of our printed programme, events, talks and tours were still being added to our programme.
Some talks will be broadcast online and some will be recorded and made available online to watch or listen to post-festival.
Direction & Oversight
The Festival Steering Group comprises senior team members from Dublin City Libraries and Dublin City Council Culture Company:
From Dublin City Libraries:
Deputy City Librarian Brendan Teeling
Divisional Librarian Angela Cassidy
From Dublin City Council Culture Company:
CEO Iseult Byrne
Head of Creative Engagement Linda Devlin
Head of Communications Darragh Doyle
Operations, Administration & Event Management by Dublin City Council Culture Company team, including:
Festival Coordinator: Heather MacLeod
Festival Programmers: Donal Fallon & Cormac Kinsella
Digital Communications: Sree Sen
Graphic Design: Source Design Consultants
PR: Alice PR