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You Say You Love Me But You Don’t Even Know Me’.

An exhibition featuring 35 treasures from Northern Ireland at The Little Museum of Dublin, 15 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2.

Via The Little Museum of Dublin:

Presented with the support of the Department of Foreign Affairs, this remarkable new exhibition introduces, or re-introduces, Northern Ireland to the people of Dublin.

Featuring 35 artefacts from the collections of National Museums NI, You Say You Love Me But You Don’t Even Know Me explores different perspectives of ‘Irishness’ without ignoring contested elements of our complex shared history.

Chosen by curatorial staff from across National Museums NI’s network, these artefacts reveal intriguing moments in Ireland’s social and cultural history, from fashion and folklore to archaeology, art and music.

Until June 6.

You Say You Love Me But You Don’t Even Know Me (The Little Museum of Dublin)

This Christmas.

Give The Golden Age of Dublin.

Ronan Carey writes:

You can’t have spent a day in Dublin without ever spying one of the famous “Malton Trail” signs dotted around the capital. These windows into the past show us what some of our most beloved spots looked like nearly two and half centuries ago.

Created and published especially by the Little Museum of Dublin to accompany our exhibition on the works of artist James Malton, this handsome new book serves a miniature biography of a city at the height of its golden age.

The Golden Age Of Dublin

Irish-made stocking fillers to broadsheet@broadsheet.ie with pics and short bio marked ‘Irish-Made Stocking Fillers’.


Teddy boys, Stoneybatter, Dublin 1962.

Darragh Geraghty writes:

Last week we launched our new photographic exhibition, entitled Where Were You? Inspired by Garry O’Neil’s book of the same name, it explores Dublin’s youth culture and street style from the 1950’s -2000.
We would like the exhibition to reach the widest possible audience, and were wondering if you could help us out. I think many of your readers would be fascinated both by the disparity between today’s youth and what is on display, and the incredible fashion and attitude of some of these youngsters. We’d love to bring the exhibition to the attention of any Mods, Rockers, Punks, Teddy Boys, Skinheads, etc. (past or present!).


Where Were You? Dublin Street Style 1950-2000 (Little Museum of Dublin)

Pic: Ciara Farrell


Oisin Byrne and Gary Farrelly’s alternative-reality show ‘Dublin: A Radical Science Guide’.

The just-announced winner of the Uniquely Dublin creative challenge whatsit, declared in the Little Museum of Dublin, Stephen’s Green, Dublin, today.

Oisin and Gary plan to spend part of their prize-money – €10,000! – creating a swankier version of the guide

The six-month Dublin City Council initiative run by the Little Museum of Dublin invited people to “celebrate” the city in their own unique way.

Result, to be fair.

uniquelyOisin (left) and Gary at the Little Museum of Dublin today. Massive cheque (out of picture)

Uniquely Dublin Winner and Shortlist (UniquelyDublin)

Satirical video wins Uniquely Dublin competition (RTE)

Pic: Jason Clarke

Thanks Simon O’Connor