COVID-19 Update for Irish Georgian Society
Posted by IGS
Due to the latest information from the HSE and the nationwide lockdown with COVID-19, the Irish Georgian Society has made the following decisions in relation to their events and programmes. This post will be updated on an ongoing basis.
Last Updated: 6 May 2020
City Assembly House
- The building and IGS offices are closed until June, dates TBC. Staff will be working remotely.
- 'Dublin Fragments: The Pearson Collection' is now closed until further notice.
- Any queries in relation to events booked or future bookings, please email email@example.com
All the events listed below have been postponed taking guidance from the HSE. The Irish Georgian Society will be reviewing the situation on COVID-19 in the coming months and will keep all those concerned updated with events postponed and future events planned.
- 24 March - ‘Magnificence amidst the misery: Queen Victoria visits Ireland with Paula Lawlor - POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
- 25 March - Walking Tour of Blackpitts Area with Dublin Decoded’s Arran Henderson - POSTPONED
- 7 April - 'The Fortunes & Possessions of the Great Houses of Louth in18th Century - POSTPONED
- 17 April - North City Docklands Walking Tour with Joseph Lynch - POSTPONED
- 18 - 23 April - Neoclassical Trip to Naples - POSTPONED UNTIL AUTUMN 2020
- 21 April - ‘Monksgrange: a trefoil of house, landscape and garden’ - POSTPONED
- 9 May - Day Tour to County Wexford - POSTPONED UNTIL 12 SEPTEMBER UNTIL AUTUMN
- 15 - 17 May - Country House Tour of Antrim and Down - POSTPONED
- 20 May - Walking Tour of Grangegorman with Dublin Decoded - POSTPONED
- Conserving Your Dublin Period House 2020 - All seminars are postponed at the City Assembly House and will be delivered online. You can still book tickets for these here.
- Due to the developing situation with COVID-19, the bookshop is now closed.
- We are still accepting orders online at shop.igs.ie - these will be posted once a week until circumstances change. Please allow at least 1-2 weeks for delivery.