Culture

May 7th RTÉ RADIO 1 Annual Dawn Chorus Broadcast from St Anne’s Park and North Bull Island and the rest of the world!

Listen to RTÉ Radio 1 Mooney Goes Wild, 00:00 - 6:00 on Sunday, May 7th to hear the live sounds of early morning bird song from 20 different locations as the dawn breaks from east to west, from  India, Norway, the Netherlands, Finland, Lithuania , Spain , Malta , Poland and Austria, the United Kingdom and Ireland. The last birdsong will come from Iceland.  St Anne’s Park will be the “home base” for this annual broadcast now in it’s 22nd year including contributions from the European Broadcasting Union and All India Radio.

The Hive

The Hive in Herbert Park is a unique facility set in the tranquil surroundings of one of the city’s most beautiful parks. Located adjacent to the children’s playground it provides a interesting alternative rental space for Yoga, Pilates, Dance and Drama classes or as a meeting room.  Opened in 2016 it has proved a very popular space.

Celebration of The River Dodder

Celebration of The River Dodder

Join us for Interactive Displays on life below and above the River, walks and talks, Angling demonstrations ,  Biodiversity, Water Quality and how to get involved with Dodder Action and other community groups to protect the river.   How to tackle invasive species,  native frogs and lizards and being wise with exotic pets, Birdwatching on the River, coastal biodiversity where the Dodder meets the sea.

City Hall

Address: Dame Street, Dublin 2

Phone: 01 222 2222

Email: cityhall@dublincity.ie

Terms and Conditions for Filming in Dublin

  • Audiovisual production companies must act in a responsible and professional manner all producers/location managers need to take their surroundings into consideration and not;
    • Obstruct others from carrying out their business, or;
    • Cause a disturbance or safety hazard or impede the mobility of pedestrian’s, goods or services without adequate prior consultation.
    • Dublin City Council has a duty of care towards residents and businesses and will exercise control if a particular production is causing an unreasonable nuisance.

Residents Letters Guide for Filming in Dublin

All neighbouring residents and businesses affected by any filming should be notified between 5 and 28 days in advance, where possible by letter, (unless otherwise advised), of filming arrangements in their area..

A copy of the proposed letter must be supplied to Dublin City Councils Film Liaison Officer prior to circulation. Any correspondence sent to residents/businesses should fully outline the intended filming and include the following:

Overview of the Film Application Process

Contact the Film Liason Officer

Events Unit

Culture, Recreation and Economic Services | Dublin City Council

Block 4, Floor 0, Civic Offices, Wood Quay, D08 RF3F.

T. 353 1 222 2242/  222 2679  E: events@dublincity.ie  W: Dublincity.ie

Interesting and Weird at the Same Time

IAWATST is an exhibition of 20 art works from the State Art Collection of the OPW and the collection of the Department of Finance in the Stormont Executive, selected by the children of the 4th Class of the Central Model Senior School, Dublin 1.

Celebrate World Wetlands Day 2 February 2017

Join Dublin City Council and Coastwatch Ireland to celebrate RAMSAR International World Wetlands Day. Young people (Age 15 to 25 ) are also invited to take photos at wetland sites and to submit them to RAMSAR with a chance to win a visit to an international RAMSAR site. RAMSAR PHOTO COMPETITION .

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