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02 December 2021

The writing on the wall

Gillian Ryan shares her thoughts about a unique piece of graffiti in the house

01 October 2021

Caring for 14 Henrietta Street

Did you know that the building actually makes up 50% of 14 Henrietta Street’s collection?

15 July 2021

Meet the Team: Tania Desloge

Meet Tania, Collections Coordinator at 14 Henrietta Street.

20 April 2021

Seán McLoughlin: The North King Street Bolshevik

The streets around Henrietta Street contain some surprising connections to the revolutionary period and the on-going decade of centenaries.

09 April 2021

Factory Girls: Williams and Woods

Donal Fallon explores the legacy of the Williams and Woods Factory and the role it played in the lives of Henrietta Street residents, partic...

08 March 2021

They say behind every great man there's a great woman...

This International Women's Day, Tour Guide Gillian Ryan remembers some of the women of Henrietta Street

05 March 2021

Remembering Thomas Bryan

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...

08 February 2021

Teatime Talk: ‘From Mud Huts to Garden Suburbs: Workers’ Housing in the Docklands’

This talk will examine how workers housing in the Dublin docklands evolved

27 January 2021

Our playground was the street

A topic that often comes up when we speak to people is the memory of football as an important, often joyful part of life in tenement times.

14 January 2021

Join us for our February Teatime Talk: The makings of the people's game - Football in Dublin

For our February Teatime Talk, we’re delighted to invite Gerard Farrell of the Bohemian Foundation to give an online talk about the history ...

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...

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...

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