Tag Archives: Grogan’s


This afternoon.

Sam writes:

Dramatic evacuations during a power cut in Grafton Street, Wicklow street and Clarendon Streets during the busiest time in the day…


There’s only one thing for it.


Power’s please.


(Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland)


On Castlemarket Street in Dublin yesterday evening.

Kevin Dundon writes:

“A Dublin fan takes a tuba from a street performer and entertains the crowd outside Grogans. Funny guy.”

Expertly hung.

James M Chimney writes:

A friend of mine Dara Gannon photographed the patrons of Grogan’s [South William Street, Dublin] wearing Aran hats. He has seen the earlier post on Arans and wondered if you’d like to include it.


Can you name them all?

Isn’t it time you finished writing that novel?

Where troubles melt like lemon drops.

South William Street, Dublin within the last 30 minutes.

Via Sinéad Ryan

Meanwhile, in Sandycove, Co Dublin , this evening:

Thanks James O’Connor