Operning today at 1pm until 5pm (up to this Friday March 25)
A Pop-up toy museum & Play exhibition!
Ground floor, Fumbally Exchange, 5 Dame Lane, Dublin 2
Sam Whelan Curtin writes:
High spirits and childish things are on the agenda at [non-profit creative space] Fumbally Exchange where a pop-up toy museum starts TODAY
Visitors are encouraged to get stuck in and play in the mini-museum, which features toys from the 1960s to the 1990s. These include much-loved teddy bears, doll’s houses, a 1970s Scalextric set, Sega Genesis, and many more nostalgic toys and games….
thats a sega megadrive not a genesis fyi….
seen one for sale in my local game shop. 99quid 2 free games. seriously tempted
Same console but it was sold as the Genesis overseas and Mega Drive in Europe. The Mega Drive doesn’t feature in any Biggie Smalls songs though so I think Genesis is the winner.
The opening hours only suited to bums, unemployed and students.
you had me at hello
and people who inhabit creative spaces.
[non-profit creative space]
I’ll challenge any one of you to a game of Tetris.
Nobody can beat me at Tetris.
Connect 4 the final test
I had a great childhood thanks but now I am an adult and enjoy the pursuits of adulthood such as an interesting grown up job, adult conversations, gardening, foreign travel.
And giving out about infantilized hipsters.
You should do more foreign travel and less condescension.
And stop using an American spell-checker.
Now now Tony.
This isn’t Elite Singles, pet.
Lol. Clearys at 6. Please wear the mask.
Have, have, have….. Where’s the Meccano stuff… No Rolf Harris Xylophone? …pfft!
The xylophone’s still in evidence.
The minor keys were all worn out