Commencing June 15th
FMD & Dublin City Council
Wood Quay Venue
The Friends of Medieval Dublin and Dublin City Council are pleased to announce the launch of TALES OF MEDIEVAL DUBLIN, a new monthly lunchtime lecture series, exploring the lives of seven different and fascinating inhabitants of Medieval Dublin.
It will be officially launched by the Lord Mayor, Cllr. Emer Costello, on Tuesday June 15th at 1.00pm in the new Wood Quay Venue, Civic Offices, Wood Quay, Dublin 8.
Following the launch, Seán Duffy will present ‘The Abbot’s Tale’, the story of Abbot Beraid, the 7th century abbot of Dubh-Linn.
Each of the six subsequent lectures will run on a Tuesday mid-month from July to December in the Wood Quay Venue of Dublin City Council, against the unique backdrop of a stretch of the original wall dating from the 12th century.
A poster with details of the full series is attached as a PDF.
Please display in your office or department and feel free to forward to anyone who may be interested in attending.
Admission is free and no pre-registration is required.
Further information will be available on www.fmd.ie.
Queries can also be made by telephone to the Friends of Medieval Dublin on 087 6877156 or 086 8279858.