Ireland’s literary romance really is one for the books.
Take a journey through the stunning landscapes that Ireland’s authors, and their stories, call home.
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Your passion for history and political cartoons are sure to be indulged at the Little Museum of Dublin as Felix Larkin...
Cork City Library service includes local branches and the Central Library on Grand Parade in Cork City. The Central...
The Kerry Library provides a public library service with nine branches throughout the county. The locations are: Ballybunion,...
Lismore County Library service at the library in Lismore. There are also a range of collections, including the local...
Kilkenny City Library is located in the heart of the city on John's Quay. It offers books for all ages and whole host...
Limerick City Library at the Granary is the main branch for the city's library system. It is home to about 100,00 books...
King Lear is Shakespeare’s spot-on study of just what happens when you take flattery too seriously. Enjoy a talk about...
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