20th April 2013 – 27th April 2013

7.45pm
Price : Free

CONTACT

+353879737401
fivelampsartsfestival@gmail.com

WEB

www.fivelampsarts.ie

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Dublin Dockworker's Preservation Societly Photographic Exhibition

Location: St Laurence O'Toole's Church & Sheriff St Youth Club

On the 20th April at 7.45pm there will be a procession from the Five Lamps to the church of St Laurence O'Toole in Seville Place.

There will be an ecumenical service for deceased dock workers at 8.15pm with the Artane band and the St Laurence O'Toole folk group and afterwards the exhibition of photographs’ will be opened to the public in Sheriff Youth Club.

The Dublin Dock Workers Preservation Society was set up just over a year ago. The group is made up of ex-dock workers and people interested in preserving the history of Dublin Port. They started by collecting old photographs and are delighted to report that their collection has broken through the 1,000 mark.

The Five Lamps Arts Festival are hosting this wonderful exhibition which will bring back memories to many local people of the Docks where they or their families worked for generations. The festival would like to support the Dockers in their search for a permanent museum in the area to document the history of the life of the Docks in times past.

Dublin Dockworker's Preservation Societly Photographic Exhibition

20th April 2013 – 27th April 2013

7.45pm
Price : Free

CONTACT

+353879737401
fivelampsartsfestival@gmail.com

WEB

www.fivelampsarts.ie

Share

Location: St Laurence O'Toole's Church & Sheriff St Youth Club

On the 20th April at 7.45pm there will be a procession from the Five Lamps to the church of St Laurence O'Toole in Seville Place.

There will be an ecumenical service for deceased dock workers at 8.15pm with the Artane band and the St Laurence O'Toole folk group and afterwards the exhibition of photographs’ will be opened to the public in Sheriff Youth Club.

The Dublin Dock Workers Preservation Society was set up just over a year ago. The group is made up of ex-dock workers and people interested in preserving the history of Dublin Port. They started by collecting old photographs and are delighted to report that their collection has broken through the 1,000 mark.

The Five Lamps Arts Festival are hosting this wonderful exhibition which will bring back memories to many local people of the Docks where they or their families worked for generations. The festival would like to support the Dockers in their search for a permanent museum in the area to document the history of the life of the Docks in times past.

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