Location: Dublin

Little Libraries

There are 2 "Little Libraries" within 25 miles.

Local venues

23 Parliament Street, Dublin 2, County Dublin Ireland
Dublin Castle, Dublin 2, Ireland
39 Essex St E,, Dublin, Ireland
6 Eustace Street, Dublin, Dublin 2 Ireland
Stokes Books (0.1 miles)
South Great George's Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
Exchequer Street, Dublin, Ireland
Sub City (0.2 miles)
2 Exchequer Street, Dubin, 2 Ireland
Mojo Books (0.2 miles)
4 Merchant's Arch, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland
Gutter Bookshop (0.2 miles)
Cow's Lane, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland
McCullough Pigott (0.2 miles)
11 South William Street, Dublin, Dublin 2 Ireland
40 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin 1, Ireland
5-6 Crampton Quay, Dublin 2, Ireland
15A Wicklow Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
Clarendon Medical (0.3 miles)
43 Clarendon Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
Books Upstairs (0.3 miles)
36 College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland
36 Grafton Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
Trinity Booksale (0.4 miles)
Trinity College, Dublin 2, Ireland
Marsh's Library (0.4 miles)
St Patrick's Close, Dublin 8, Ireland
Kevin Street, Dublin, Dublin Dublin 8 Ireland
Ulysses Rare Books (0.4 miles)
10 Duke Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
College Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
Book Worms (0.4 miles)
75 Middle Abbey Street, Dublin 1, Ireland
Hodges Figgis (0.4 miles)
56-58 Dawson Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
Eason's (0.4 miles)
40 Lower O'Connell Street, Dublin 1, Ireland

Local events

Dr Peter Klimley - The Conservation of Sharks: Sharks Beware of Humans not Humans Beware Sharks
Royal Dublin Society, Monday, September 29 at 6:30pm
For decades sharks have been vilified in the media, and due to films like 'Jaws' and over sensationalised news stories, they have a sinister reputation like no other in the marine environment. However, should humans be scared of sharks? In a talk by world renowned shark expert Dr. Peter Klimley, we will discover the true nature of the shark and the motivation behind aggressive behaviour, including some exciting real life footage.

Dr. Klimley will then address the main obstacles surrounding the conservation of different shark species, as shown by the creation of marine protected areas around the world.

Based on his knowledge of the movements of reef sharks, hammerheads, tiger, and whale sharks we will gain a rare insight into the secret life of sharks.

In Association with the Irish Basking Shark Study Group and the Embassy of the United States (Fredselbow)
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Dan Cruickshank - 'The Inspiration and Influence of Irish Architecture in the 18th & 19th Centuries'
Royal Dublin Society, Wednesday, October 1 at 6pm
The Royal Dublin Society and the Irish Georgian Society join forces again and are delighted to have Dan Cruickshank as their guest on this occasion. This special talk will be on the subject of the Irishness of Irish 18th and early 19th century architecture. In his presentation Dan will highlight the influences and inspiration that came directly from the continent. He will also show the influence Irish architecture had in distant lands. He will refer in detail to Limerick and New Town Pery – a creation based on a master plan by 'Sardinian' Davis Ducart. He will argue how it influenced early 19th century development in New York.

Dan Cruickshank is an art historian, author and BBC television presenter of several important and engaging series, his latest being ‘Majesty and Mortar: Britain’s Great Palaces’. Known for his special interest in the history of architecture he is an Honorary Fellow of RIBA, a member of the Executive Committee of the Georgian Group and on the Architectural Panel of the National Trust.

In Association with the Irish Georgian Society (Fredselbow)
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