Friday February 28, 2020

The Vaults locked in examinership battle

Dublin’s ambitious new tourist attraction is facing moves to put it into examinership, weeks before it hoped to open its doors

29th July, 2018
Gerald Heffernan, creative director and Paul Blanchfield, chief executive of The Vaults

It was to be a tourist attraction capable of rivalling the Guinness Storehouse. The brainchild of Paul Blanchfield and Gerald Heffernan, the vision for The Vaults was to create a unique combination of live performances and special effects to tell a series of historical and imagined events. Scenes from Bram Stoker’s Dracula, and a singing sesson with Molly Malone were all to be combined in a tour over four floors in the historic St John’s...

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