Saturday November 28, 2020

The pop-up park

A new outdoor space hosting events for inner city Dublin is bringing in the crowds, writes Briana Palma.

7th September, 2013
Granby Park, on the corner of Dominick Street Lower and Parnell Street. Photo: John Hannon

North Dublin has a new outdoor oasis. Granby Park, on the corner of Dominick Street Lower and Parnell Street, opened on August 22 and will remain for the public to enjoy until September 22.

The 4,000 square metre pop-up park, which is located on a once-vacant site, is the first of its kind in Dublin. It was conceived and executed by UpStart, a voluntary Dublin arts collective, along with scores of volunteers from horticulture, architecture and the...

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