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04 May 2022

A Day for Memories at 14 Henrietta Street

The sun shone down on Henrietta Street all day yesterday (Tuesday 3 May, 2022) for the first day of Your Tenement Memories.

29 April 2022

From Rivers to Railways: The Northern Surroundings of Henrietta Street

Let's travel back to the 18th century, when a river flowed by Henrietta Street ...

22 April 2022

May Teatime Talks: 'James Plunkett and Strumpet City' with Donal Fallon

Join social historian for Dublin City Council Culture Company Donal Fallon for our May Teatime Talk about Plunkett's masterpiece.

14 April 2022

Your Tenement Memories returns

We'd love to welcome you to one of our upcoming Your Tenement Memories events in 2022.

13 April 2022

Teatime Talks Recording 'Uncovering traces of Dublin’s past through old and fading signs’

Watch the recording of this fantastic talk all about Dublin's ghost signs.

06 April 2022

April Teatime Talks: 'An Artist Reflects on Henrietta Street' with Mick O'Dea

Join Irish artist and past president of the Royal Hibernian Academy as he discusses art and Henrietta Street.

07 March 2022

Tenement Women of 14 Henrietta Street

This International Women’s Day, we consider what life was like for women in the house during the tenement era.

03 March 2022

Georgian Women of 14 Henrietta Street

Tour Guide Sheila Robinson writes about some of the women who lived on Henrietta Street in Georgian times.

02 March 2022

Teatime Talks: Thomas Bryan - one of the 'Forgotten 10’ of the War of Independence with Colin Ring

Our Teatime Talk 'Thomas Bryan - one of the Forgotten 10’ of the War of Independence’ with Colin Ring is now available to watch on our YouTu...

24 February 2022

Culture Club: A History of Lemon's Pure Sweets

Explore the history of one of Dublin’s most famous names in confectionery, Lemon’s Pure Sweets.

24 February 2022

Culture Club: Mary Wollstonecraft, the 'Mother of Modern Feminism'

Join us for this discussion on the life of the writer, philosopher, and advocate of women's rights Mary Wollstonecraft.

11 February 2022

Culture Club: What's in a name? Dublin Street Names

Explore how Dublin streets came to be named and renamed over the centuries in this online talk.


Do you have memories of Dublin’s tenements? Perhaps you lived in a tenement, or knew someone who did. Maybe you worked in or around the tenement buildings. Whatever your connection, we would like to hear your stories.