Richmond Barracks

Mondays at the Mess: Dublin's Stained Glass Windows - Postponed

Update: This event has been postponed. A new date will be announced soon. Ticket holders will be contacted to avail of a refund or a ticket for the new date. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. 

Irish stained glass recalls names like Harry Clarke and the artists of An Túr Gloine. At the neighbouring Saint Michael's Church, work by Harry Clarke Studios is visible today. The story of this incredible artform was told in the Gazetteer of Irish Stained Glass, a landmark 1988 publication, now updated and expanded by David Caron. This talk explores this art form and its impacts.


About the speaker

David Caron is editor of the Gazetteer of Irish Stained Glass (Irish Academic Press), a comprehensive guide "that lists all of Ireland’s significant stained-glass works, county by county, and the most noteworthy pieces abroad by Irish artists."

The talk will be hosted by Donal Fallon, Social Historian with Dublin City Council Culture Company.


Visiting us safely 

The talk will take place at Richmond Barracks and you are welcome to stay for tea, biscuits and chats afterward.

You can find out about what to expect when visiting Richmond Barracks here.


Mondays at the Mess 

Mondays at the Mess is a series of talks at Richmond Barracks that celebrate the rich stories and experiences of the local community, past and present.

Image: Civil War, Four Courts in ruins, after the bombardment, July 1922. Courtesy of Dublin City Library and Archive