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- Friars' Gate Theatre
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Athlone Institute of Technology Library
Athlone Institute of Technology Library provides a range of services to the academics, students and teaching staff of the campus, including a book and ebook access, journals, internet services, databases, electronic resources, ejournals and much more.
Courtesy of Athlone Institute of Technology
The Droichead Arts Centre
The Droichead Arts Centre comprises two buildings – a Theatre and Gallery at the Municipal Building at Stockwell Street and the Cultural Centre at Barlow House, Narrow West Street.
Courtesy of the Droichead Arts Centre
St. Killian's Heritage Centre
St. Killian's Heritage Centre is dedicated to the martyred St. Killian, who was born in Mullagh, Co. Cavan and became the patron saint of Wurzburg, Germany.
(c) St. Killian's Heritage Centre
National Archives of Ireland
The National Archives, established under the National Archives Act, 1986, is an amalgamation of the Public Record Office of Ireland (founded 1867) and the State Paper Office (founded 1702). It preserves records which warrant preservation as archives, mostly those of central government and the courts. Also held are census returns, land valuation records of the 19th century, wills and related papers, records of national schools from 1832 onwards, Anglican parish registers, estate collections plus other records essential for family or local history research. The National Archives facilitates access to these records by members of the public.
Courtesy of the National Archives of Ireland
The Abbey Theatre is Ireland’s national theatre. Founded by W.B. Yeats and Lady Gregory in 1903, the Abbey has contributed some of the world’s greatest theatrical works from writers such as J.M. Synge and Sean O’Casey as well as contemporary classics from Brian Friel, Tom Murphy, Marina Carr and Frank McGuinness. The Abbey, along with its more intimate studio theatre, the Peacock, continues to present the best of Irish and world drama.
(c) Ros Kavanagh
Graphic Studio Gallery
Graphic Studio Gallery Through the arch, Cope Street Dublin 2
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National Maritime Museum of Ireland
The National Maritime Museum of Ireland is located in the former Mariners’ Church in Haigh Terrace, Dún Laoghaire. The displays include the light of the Bailey Lighthouse and a scale model of the Great Eastern, once the largest ship afloat and much more.
(c) National Maritime Museum of Ireland
Yeats, W.B., Later Poems, MacMillan And Co. Ltd., London, 1931
Later Poems is a collection of revised poems that Yeats wrote as a young poet and new poems composed as an older man. The book is divided into several sections including The Wind among the Reeds, The Old Age of Queen Maeve, In the Seven Woods, Baile and Aillinn, The Shadowy Water, The Green Hamlet and Other Poems, Responsibilities, The Swans at Coole and Michael Robartes and the Dancer.
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Donegal County Museum Brochure
The Donegal County Museum is based in a fine old stone building, which was once part of the Letterkenny Workhouse, opened in 1845. The Museum houses a substantial collection of artefacts relating to the history and heritage of County Donegal.
Hussey De Burgh, U.H., The Landowners Of Ireland, Dublin: Hodges, Foster and Figgis, 1878
The Landowners of Ireland by U.H. Hussey Figgis, is a comprehensive survey of landowners across the island of Ireland in the late 19th century.
Dublin City Public Libraries
D.J. O'Donoghue, The Life and Writings of James Clarence Mangan, Dublin: M. H. Gill and Son, 1897
The Writings of James Clarence Mangan by D. J. O' Donoghue is a biography interspersed with the writings of of the 19th century poet, essayist and Irish nationalist.
Dublin City Public Libraries