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Join us for the fifth Spring Heritage Lecture Series on the  6th, 7th 8th March at 7.30pm each night in Marlay House, Rathfarnham Dublin 16. Admission €10 per night. Over three evenings we have a  host of lecturers who will all speak on their chosen subjects.

  • On the 6th March, Dr Audrey Whitty Keeper, National Museum of Ireland will speak on the collection that forms part of the National  Museum Collection - Collins Barracks,  and Brian Crowley Curator of the Pearse Musuem next to Marlay House - Padraig Pearse in 10 objects .
  • On the 7th March, Dr Jennifer Goff from the National Museum Collin Barracks – The Eileen Gray Experience, followed by Dr Margarita Cappock, - Hugh Lane Gallery, on the collection of the Hugh Lane Gallery.
  • On March 8th, the Director of Chester Beatty Library Fionnuala Croke -  Chester Beatty’s Gift to the Nation: Celebrating 50 years followed by Sean Rainbird - Director of National Gallery of Ireland  -  Emil Nolde in the context of the refurbished buildings at the NGI.

The 18th Century Marlay  House is situated in one of DLR’s Flagship Parks and hosts a range of family friendly events throughout the year. The state of the art Children’s Playground, walled garden and coffee shop have greatly added to the experience of the many visitors to the Park each year. The well attended weekend Market is the ideal location to find organic fresh Farm Produce and the adjoining Marlay Craft Courtyard Complex will be opening Spring 2018  with  range of new craft enterprises producing and retailing in this restored Centre. We hope that you will come along and enjoy what is expected to be some wonderful evenings in a very special setting.

Details of event: This is a ticketed event run by Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council with booking in advance for all lectures. If the event is not sold out there will be a limited number of tickets available at the door each evening. Tickets available here or email us at lectures@dlrcoco.ie

NB As this event is taking place in a Heritage Property there is limited wheelchair access.