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TU Dublin Conservatoire presents three Thursday talks by leading experts in the histories of Grangegorman. 'Stages of Memory' is supported by Grangegorman Histories.
SOLD OUT - On Culture Night, join Grangegorman Histories for a guided history walking tour of the Grangegorman site.
Join us on 4 October to learn more about our research projects, library and publications
Screening followed by panel discussion presented in association with Grangegorman Histories
3rd Year BA Drama students in TU Dublin are delighted to have worked with playwright Colin Murphy and Grangegorman Development Agency on 'The Asylum Workshop'. A new documentary play about the history of the...
Final-year drama students of TU Dublin perform in this new documentary play by Colin Murphy about the history of the Grangegorman mental hospital in Dublin’s north inner city.
Join Raymond Gillespie MRIA for a talk about the history of the unusual landscape that was Grangegorman before the institutions, as part of Heritage Week 2023.
On Culture Night, join Grangegorman Histories for a guided history walking tour of the Grangegorman site.
How can we show sensitive materials in a way that is constructive rather than upsetting? Join us on 10 October for an informative and engaging conversation with professionals and researchers in the field of museum...