Current Exhibitions

05 Feb 2019 - 01 May 2019
5 February - 31 March Level 5, dlr LexIcon   Frank Milo O’Flanagan was a Dalkey resident and founding member of many local clubs and associations including the Dalkey Literary, Historical and Debating Society. This exhibition features material relating to his research and publications as well as documents concerning local clubs including The Vico Road Association and the Dalkey Development Association, plus a special feature on the King of Dalkey.    David Gunning will give a talk about the exhibition on Tues 9 April at 11.00am in Room 4, Level 5. No booking required. All welcome.
01 Apr 2019 - 30 Apr 2019

This is the story of a man called John Cleary, who left Bray in 1915 to go to war and never returned, but it is also a story shared by many other young men from the area. John has no known grave, and no photograph of him exists. But he was never forgotten.

05 Feb 2019 - 01 May 2019
5 February - 31 March Level 5, dlr LexIcon   Frank Milo O’Flanagan was a Dalkey resident and founding member of many local clubs and associations including the Dalkey Literary, Historical and Debating Society. This exhibition features material relating to his research and publications as well as documents concerning local clubs including The Vico Road Association and the Dalkey Development Association, plus a special feature on the King of Dalkey.    David Gunning will give a talk about the exhibition on Tues 9 April at 11.00am in Room 4, Level 5. No booking required. All welcome.
05 Feb 2019 - 01 May 2019
5 February - 31 March Level 5, dlr LexIcon   Frank Milo O’Flanagan was a Dalkey resident and founding member of many local clubs and associations including the Dalkey Literary, Historical and Debating Society. This exhibition features material relating to his research and publications as well as documents concerning local clubs including The Vico Road Association and the Dalkey Development Association, plus a special feature on the King of Dalkey.    David Gunning will give a talk about the exhibition on Tues 9 April at 11.00am in Room 4, Level 5. No booking required. All welcome.
01 Apr 2019 - 30 Apr 2019

This is the story of a man called John Cleary, who left Bray in 1915 to go to war and never returned, but it is also a story shared by many other young men from the area. John has no known grave, and no photograph of him exists. But he was never forgotten.

05 Feb 2019 - 01 May 2019
5 February - 31 March Level 5, dlr LexIcon   Frank Milo O’Flanagan was a Dalkey resident and founding member of many local clubs and associations including the Dalkey Literary, Historical and Debating Society. This exhibition features material relating to his research and publications as well as documents concerning local clubs including The Vico Road Association and the Dalkey Development Association, plus a special feature on the King of Dalkey.    David Gunning will give a talk about the exhibition on Tues 9 April at 11.00am in Room 4, Level 5. No booking required. All welcome.
05 Feb 2019 - 01 May 2019
5 February - 31 March Level 5, dlr LexIcon   Frank Milo O’Flanagan was a Dalkey resident and founding member of many local clubs and associations including the Dalkey Literary, Historical and Debating Society. This exhibition features material relating to his research and publications as well as documents concerning local clubs including The Vico Road Association and the Dalkey Development Association, plus a special feature on the King of Dalkey.    David Gunning will give a talk about the exhibition on Tues 9 April at 11.00am in Room 4, Level 5. No booking required. All welcome.
01 Apr 2019 - 30 Apr 2019

This is the story of a man called John Cleary, who left Bray in 1915 to go to war and never returned, but it is also a story shared by many other young men from the area. John has no known grave, and no photograph of him exists. But he was never forgotten.

05 Feb 2019 - 01 May 2019
5 February - 31 March Level 5, dlr LexIcon   Frank Milo O’Flanagan was a Dalkey resident and founding member of many local clubs and associations including the Dalkey Literary, Historical and Debating Society. This exhibition features material relating to his research and publications as well as documents concerning local clubs including The Vico Road Association and the Dalkey Development Association, plus a special feature on the King of Dalkey.    David Gunning will give a talk about the exhibition on Tues 9 April at 11.00am in Room 4, Level 5. No booking required. All welcome.
01 Apr 2019 - 30 Apr 2019

This is the story of a man called John Cleary, who left Bray in 1915 to go to war and never returned, but it is also a story shared by many other young men from the area. John has no known grave, and no photograph of him exists. But he was never forgotten.