The Picture of Dorian Gray is Oscar Wilde’s famous Gothic novel about the wish for eternal youth and its terrible consequences. As the evenings grow shorter it is a perfect tale to read in the run up to Hallowe’en. The following 10 things will help you bring The Picture of Dorian Gray to life in Oscar Wilde’s hometown of Dublin.
At it Again! kicked into touch at the Trinity Welcome Village from 1st – 3rd September. The event was organised for the Aer Lingus College Football Match between Boston College and Georgia Tech.
Over the three days we entertained visitors including the Lord Mayor of Dublin with our literary shenanigans from quizzes to readings from the original books in our Romping through Literature collection. Continue reading
American College Football will return to Ireland for the third time in five years with the Aer Lingus College Football Classic between Boston College and Georgia Tech at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium on Saturday, 3rd September, 2016.
As part of the event Trinity College is hosting a Welcome Village with stalls and entertainment running from Thursday, 1st to Saturday, 3rd September 2016. There will be marching bands and cheerleaders and… At it Again!
Pop by our tent to learn more about Trinity’s famous alumni, Bram Stoker and Oscar Wilde, tackle Ulysses with us and win some prizes.
I’ve always loved stories full of mystery and adventure like the kind Tintin always got mixed-up in. You got to discover new countries, stumble across forgotten places or even find hidden treasure. But nothing gets you more excited for an adventure than a good old map! Continue reading
Romping through Dubliners
Dubliners is a series of 15 dark tales about city life at the turn of the 20th century. Although Dublin is a capital, it feels more like a village where everyone knows each other. It’s really magic that you can see and feel traces of the stories as you explore Dublin today. As Joyce wrote, real adventures do not happen to people who remain at home: they must be sought abroad.
Why not spend a day exploring Dublin through the eyes of one of her famous writers. Here’s what you could get up to bring Dubliners to life.