A deserted Temple Bar, Dublin 2 and 8.
Earlier: We Knew This Day Would Come
The Temple Bar, Temple Bar, Dublin 2.
Live webcam here.
Previously: The Temple Of Doom
A thread of Dublin pubs which are known to have closed due to #COVID19 / A list of pubs to go on the lash in when this is all over.
The Big Romance
The King's Inn
L Mulligan Grocer's
— Dublin By Pub (@dublinbypub) March 14, 2020
Today we had a second #coronavirus death. The virus is here and spreading. This is a public health emergency. It is important to stay at home and keep all contact to a minimum. So no parties, no gigs, no pubs, no clubs.Stay home. Stay apart from people. Stay in touch with people.
— Mary Lou McDonald (@MaryLouMcDonald) March 14, 2020
That’s us told.
The Temple Bar, Temple Bar, Dublin 2 this afternoon
A hooch-soaked death wish.
There is a a live webcam of both inside and outside The Temple Bar pub.
Numerous people in a confined space? Check
People bumping into each other and ignoring social distance directions? Check
Plenty of touching their faces and continuing on as normal? Check
Any evidence of additional precautions by the premises? Ehhh
Watch the plague transmission in real time here
Temple Bar. Dublin
Britain’s Duke and Duchess of Cambridge during a visit to mental health charity Jigsaw as part of their three day visit to the Republic of Ireland.
Dublin city centre.
Road closures as Temple Bar prepares for a visit from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton, on the second day of the royal three-day visit to Ireland. The couple will visit mental health charity Jigsaw based in Essex Street.
Earlier: Sip And See
In 2018, Maser’s repeal mural was partially painted over at The Project Arts Centre in Temple Bar, Dublin in 2018 following threats to the centre’s charitable status
Sauvignon Blanc writes:
Pity to see graffiti on [what’s left] of one of Dublin’s iconic murals…
Top pic: Rollingnews
Temple Bar, Dublin 8/Dublin 2.
Scenes from the launch of the Temple Bar Trad Fest which runs from January 22-26 and features a ‘host family friendly music concerts, craft workshops, street performances and much more for music lovers of all ages’.
Events include ‘Ukulele Tuesday’ and the Children’s hub at The Ark as well as over 8,500 FREE (yes, free!) tickets to concerts featuring the Fureys, Paddy Casey, The Kilkennys, The Young Folk and more (details below).
Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland