26 November 2020
Join us for two Teatime Talks this December
This December, we’re delighted to host not one, but two Teatime Talks online
18 November 2020
Teatime Talks are going online
Teatime Talks is a series of talks inspired by the history and people of 14 Henrietta Street. We're delighted to bring the series online, be...
28 October 2020
Kevin Barry and Henrietta Street
14 Henrietta Street is delighted to welcome historian Donal Fallon to write a series of blog posts about the building and its rich and varie...
07 October 2020
Recruitment call - Collections Coordinator
Dublin City Council Culture Company is seeking a Collections Coordinator to help manage and care for our buildings and collections.
14 September 2020
The memory of Alderman Joseph Meade
The decline of Henrietta Street - and Dublin more broadly - was a more gradual event in the aftermath of the Act of Union than often present...
11 September 2020
Send us your questions for #AskACurator
We are very excited to participate in #AskaCurator this year on Wednesday 16th September!
22 July 2020
Open Call for Panel of Tour Guides
Dublin City Council Culture Company is seeking to add to our panel of tour guides for 14 Henrietta Street, Richmond Barracks and our engagem...
22 June 2020
14 Henrietta Street will reopen to the public on Wednesday 1st July 2020 in line with Government guidelines and under strict health and safe...
16 June 2020
Moving to the suburbs
It must have felt like a million miles away when people headed to their new homes in the suburbs of Dublin - the country as some would call ...
09 June 2020
5 Henrietta Street and Uinseann MacEoin
Opposite 14 Henrietta Street is James Bryson House, the name bestowed upon 5 Henrietta Street by Uinseann MacEoin, who together with his wif...
04 June 2020
Henrietta House and Herbert Simms
14 Henrietta Street is delighted to welcome historian Donal Fallon to write a series of blog posts about the building and it’s rich and vari...
22 May 2020
Working life in the tenements
You might look at the people of tenement Dublin and think they were poor and you might even feel sorry for them but in most cases you would...