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Crossing Baggot Street and the surrounding area, actor Paul O’Hanrahan leads this summer walk revealing the wealth of literary and theatrical connections in ‘Baggotonia’. From Kavanagh and Behan at the upper end, to Yeats and Gogarty at the lower, with Beckett literally bridging the two, here is Irish literature in an afternoon’s leisurely stroll. This walk includes readings and stops at some of the city’s most famous hostelries.
Meet at The Waterloo, 36 Upr. Baggot Street.
Saturdays in August at 3 pm: August 9, 16, 23, 30
The tour finishes at Toner’s Pub, 139 Lower Baggot Street with a stop en route at no.51 Pub, Haddington Road. Duration: two hours. Tickets: €7 (no pre-booking required).
Arts and Entertainment Near Baggot Street Literary Walking Tours
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