Tag Archives: Kilmainham Gaol

From top: Michael Caine (carrying parcel) in a scene from The Italian Job shot in Kilmainham Gaol; Kilmainham today.

The Irish Film Institute writes:

All the prison scenes in the 1969 classic The Italian Job were actually filmed in Kilmainham Jail, in Dublin! The East Wing was painted yellow.

After the filming of In The Name Of The Father in 1992, it was repainted in cream & brown, which remains to this day.

Meanwhile

U2 perform inside Kilmainham for single ‘A Celebration’ in 1982.

The band were at the time serving six months for a number of fashion crimes.

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Laura McAtackney, Associate Professor in Sustainable Heritage Management (Archaeology) at Denmark’s Århus University in Newman House this afternoon

You may recall the free seminar – Revolting Women: Irish Feminist, Labour and Nationalist Movements 1913-1923 – is under way today in Newman House, Stephen’s Green, Dublin.

From the event…

Previously: Women Rising

Pic: Claire McGettrick