an excellent entrée to the city. This is a laid-back evening, laced
with with the course and the bawdy; a kind of rough guide to the cultural,
religious and political life of the city..."
THE IRISH TIMES
and highly recommended... Its also great fun and gives a fine introduction
to Dublin pubs and Irish literary history.. "
THE LONELY PLANET GUIDE Recommended:
Top 10 things to do for Literary Travellers to Ireland
is the most ingenious crash course in Irish literature, history, architecture
and pub bonhomie yet devised... It combines street theatre with the craic
that makes Dublin pubs the liveliest in Europe and successfully avoids the
clichés that would otherwise ruin an evening of high art and low life
highly enjoyable evening which gives you the pleasant notion of simultaneously
replacing brain cells as you drown them.."
is no ordinary tour...those who book it are transported away from the aridity
of the tourist cliches to the richness of the language of Joyce, OCasey,
Yeats and Behan...sober of gently merry, following in the footsteps of the
literary greats is a wonderful ramble along the cobbles of Dublin streets.."
excellent and organised pub crawl...the actors remind you that Dublins
literature has always been constructed out of great jokes".
way to spend an evening, elevated by poetry and pints..."
THE ROUGH GUIDE TO DUBLIN
Dublin Literary Pub Crawl ™
is winner of a Living Dublin Award
Sponsored by the Lord Mayor
& Dublin City Council Have
'...Informative, friendly and
thoroughly entertaining. [The actors] led me on a tour that was personal,
humorous and always interesting. I learnt about the history of some of Dublin's
most illustrious pubs. I heard stories about the writers of Ireland's best-known
literature. I laughed at their jokes. I marvelled at their antics. And I raised
a glass to their memory...'
Irish America Magazine (April
wonderful evening...dont leave Dublin without doing this tour..."
SYDNEY MORNING HERALD
has all the air of a walkabout seminar with diverting doses of drink,
docents and no grades...and anyone who abhors looking like a tourist
may rest assured it is an evening they would not mind....Raise a glass
to these, genial actors and walk Dublins streets as if you owned
them..." THE BOSTON GLOBE Most