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4th August 2013 – 31st August 2013

Price : €3 - €5

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+35318748030

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www.dublintenementexperience.com

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Dublin Tenement Experience : Living the Lockout

VENUE: No. 14 Henrietta Street

Dublin Tenement Experience: Living the Lockout is an innovative new visitor experience to commemorate the centenary of the 1913 Lockout. Living the Lockout gives you a rare opportunity to see inside no. 14 Henrietta Street, an undisturbed tenement property, and get a taste of life 100 years ago in Dublin. The whole Experience includes traditional interpretation and information, the opportunity to find out more about the Street and the wider area, a dynamic digital resource and a stunning piece of site specific theatre by ANU Productions who give you a real sense of the living conditions and atmosphere of a tenement home during the momentous events of 1913.

The great struggle for workers’ rights, known as the Dublin Lockout, lasted five months and involved tens of thousands of workers and their families. After it, Ireland was never the same again. In the words of President, Michael D. Higgins, it was a “foundation event in the history of the State”.

This experience is not suitable for children. It involves a gritty subject and the experience is intense and powerful. In addition the actors engage with the audience in confined spaces. Children under 12 cannot be admitted and attendance of older children is at the discretion of parents.

Dublin Tenement Experience : Living the Lockout

4th August 2013 – 31st August 2013

Price : €3 - €5

CONTACT

+35318748030

WEB

www.dublintenementexperience.com

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VENUE: No. 14 Henrietta Street

Dublin Tenement Experience: Living the Lockout is an innovative new visitor experience to commemorate the centenary of the 1913 Lockout. Living the Lockout gives you a rare opportunity to see inside no. 14 Henrietta Street, an undisturbed tenement property, and get a taste of life 100 years ago in Dublin. The whole Experience includes traditional interpretation and information, the opportunity to find out more about the Street and the wider area, a dynamic digital resource and a stunning piece of site specific theatre by ANU Productions who give you a real sense of the living conditions and atmosphere of a tenement home during the momentous events of 1913.

The great struggle for workers’ rights, known as the Dublin Lockout, lasted five months and involved tens of thousands of workers and their families. After it, Ireland was never the same again. In the words of President, Michael D. Higgins, it was a “foundation event in the history of the State”.

This experience is not suitable for children. It involves a gritty subject and the experience is intense and powerful. In addition the actors engage with the audience in confined spaces. Children under 12 cannot be admitted and attendance of older children is at the discretion of parents.

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