Evening Programme

a photo of the musical duo Lemoncello, collaged with a photo of the musician Rob de Boer

Evening Programme

Supported by the Night-time Economy Unit of the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, the National Print Museum is delighted to announce a three-part evening programme for September and October. With these events, we look forward to welcoming more people to engage with the collection, whether at a more convenient time, through use printing presses or by enjoying live music in this historic setting.

Thursday Lates

During September and October, the Museum will open until 21.00 on Thursday.

Letterpress Evening Course FULLY BOOKED

Thursday 7 September until Thursday 26 October, 18.30 – 21.00

Running over eight evenings and using a variety of presses and type in the Museum’s collection, students will be introduced to the craft of letterpress under the guidance of tutor Mary Plunkett. Working with the group initially to produce a book and poster, participants will then get the opportunity to design, develop and print their own simple project.

An Evening of Music for Culture Night FULLY BOOKED

Friday 22 September

The Museum is hosting An Evening of Music to celebrate Culture Night 2023.

18.00 – 19.00 Lemoncello

Lemoncello are amongst the brightest lights of contemporary Irish music. Prodigiously talented and accomplished musicians in their own rights, together they are a unique and rare offering.

20.00 – 21.00 Rob de Boer

Rob de Boer is a singer, multi-instrumentalist, produced and label founder from Dublin. His music crosses multiple genres, jazzy and soulful with evocative narratives at the forefront.