Richmond Barracks

Recruitment Call for Culture Connects Programme Coordinator

We are seeking to recruit a Culture Connects Programme Coordinator to support the development and delivery of the Culture Connects programme…

21 January 2022

Vaccinations at Richmond Barracks

We continue to host the HSE, via the St. James’s Hospital team, to provide Covid-19 vaccinations in part of Richmond Barracks. 

16 December 2021

Winter Lights wins in Collaborative Design at the IDI Awards 2021

We’re delighted to share the news that five animated artworks from Dublin City Council's Winter Lights 2020 have won an Institute of Design …

01 December 2021

Richmond Barracks Christmas Craft Fair | 11 & 12 December

Richmond Barracks, in Inchicore, will open its doors for its first ever Christmas Craft Fair this December.

30 November 2021

Culture Connects at the Botanic Gardens

The Culture Connects gardening group meets to explore the National Botanic Gardens in Glasnevin.

24 September 2021

Busy Bees at Richmond Barracks

We’ve launched a biodiversity worksheet!

15 September 2021

Historian-in-Residence for Children continues for 2022

We are delighted to announce the extension of the Historian-in-Residence for Children programme.

30 July 2021

Writing Journeys with Culture Connects by MJ O’Brien

Culture Connects is a year-round programme that invites people in Dublin to try out new things.

28 July 2021

Exploring local history with the children of Dublin

My name is Dervilia Roche and I have been working as Dublin’s Historian-in-Residence for Children since September 2020.

24 July 2021

Meet our new Dancer in Residence: Aoife McAtamney

Earlier this year, Richmond Barracks welcomed our very own Dancer in Residence – Aoife McAtamney!

22 June 2021

Meet our new Eco-Gardener in Residence

Earlier this year, Richmond Barracks welcomed our very own Eco-Gardener in Residence – Polly Rowley-Sams!

24 May 2021

Discovering local history with the Historian-in-Residence for Children

Over the past few weeks, the children of Dublin have been sharing their local history with me.

20 April 2021