06.09.2022, 18:00 P.M.
An overview of the development and expansion of Dublin during the Georgian period that will explore its great public buildings, aristocratic houses and residential streets and squares with IGS Executive Director, Donough Cahill. It will consider the role of private estates and public institutions in establishing the shape of the city that survives to the present day and will look at landmark structures that continue to define its civic character. This event is scheduled to welcome new members from the last couple of years, existing members are welcome too! The lecture will be followed by refreshments, so members have a chance to meet. IGS HQ, City Assembly House, South William Street, Dublin 2. Ticket Price: Free but please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org Time: 6pm (Registration) / 6.30pm