Literary Parade, St. Patrick's ParkSt. Patrick's Park Patrick Street , Dublin 8
One of the most pleasing arrays of sculpture in the city is the Literary Parade of Irish Writers.
It was crafted by Colm Brennan and John Coll and commissioned in 1988 by Irish Distillers to commemorate the so-called Dublin Millennium in 1988
The sculptured heads, each accompanied by a short biography, are set into the arched alcoves of the red-bricked east wall of St Patrick's Park.
The 12 bronze oval plaques feature Samuel Beckett, Brendan Behan, James
Joyce, Sean O'Casey, George Bernard Shaw, Jonathan Swift, John
Millington Synge, Oscar Wilde, William Butler Yeats, Eilish Dillon,
James Clarence Mangan and Austin Clarke
Bed and Breakfast rate for December only! Perfect for when you are coming to Dublin to shop, see a show or to meet friends. The Dublin Christmas Market is on our doorstep, the Gaiety Panto is a two minute walk and the iconic Grafton Street is around the corner - you can't get a better location in Dublin city.
Gaiety Panto Rate
Special Bed and Breakfast rate for guests attending the Gaiety Panto show. The Grafton Capital Hotel is only a 2 minute walk from the Gaiety and is the perfect match for your visit to the Panto!
4 Nights or more Special
Stay 4 nights or more and get a great discount, must be booked at least 60 days in advance. Rate is room only, breakfast is available in the hotel.
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