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It is just a stone's throw from the Philip Lynott memorial statue on Harry Street, off Grafton Street.
The exhibition features a myriad of items from every era of Philip's life, from childhood mementoes to instruments (including the famous Fender Precision mirror bass and Ibanez bass), hand-written lyrics, original artwork, tour jackets, clothes worn in videos, rare vinyl, postcards, birthday cards, notebooks, photographs, posters, shares certificates for Manchester United, previously unseen film footage and much more. A large multimedia section includes performance footage and specially conducted interviews with Thin Lizzy members and other significant figures.
The Hot Press Archives have been meticulously raided for all our Thin Lizzy coverage through the years!
This is a must-see experience for fans of music – and for all those who love the man so many consider Dublin's ultimate rock star....
Mon-Sat: 11am - 7pm (Last admission: 6pm)
Thurs: 11am - 9pm (Last admission: 8pm)
Sun: 11am - 6pm (Last admission: 5pm)
GETTING THERE: Conveniently located in the heart of Dublin, Stephen's Green shopping centre is served by all Dublin's major Public Transport infrastructure.
Green line stops outside the Centre on Stephen's Green West. The Red Line terminus is a short distance away. Trams run every 5 minutes in peak time and every 7.5 minutes in off-peak time. Luas Free Phone: 1800 30 06 04
Several buses stop outside the shopping centre No 10, 11, 13B, 15A, 15B, 25X, 32X, 33X, 39X, 46N, 58X, 67X, 70X and 84X. New Bus No. 90 running from Hueston to Stephens Green Shopping Centre.
Stephens's Green shopping centre is located approximately ten minutes walking distance from both Pearse Station and Tara Street station.
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Philomena Lynott & Graham Cohen, Special Thanks to Colm & Mary Weadick, Friends of Philo, Patrick Feeney (Faughts Record Fairs Ireland), Greg Devitt, Colm Henry and Emma Donnelan, Brian Downey, Scott Gorham, Eric Bell, Bono, Damien Dempsey, Joe Elliot, James Hetfield, Laura Izibor, Imelda May, Mick Pyro, Brian Robertson, Ricky Warwick, Darren Wharton, Stephen's Green Shopping Centre: Greg Devitt & Ruth Traynor, Department of Tourism, Culture and Sport: Niall Ó Donnchú, Dublin BID: Richard Guiney & Elizabeth O'Herlihy, Dublin City of Literature Office: Jane Alger, Dublin City Council: Paul Mooney & Michael Sands, Dublin Tourism: Ciara Sugrue, Tourism Ireland: Emma Gorman, Fáilte Ireland: Rory McCarthy, St Patrick's Festival: Edelle Moss, Universal Music: Mark Crossingham, David McRedmond & David Harris, Jameson: Emma Donnellan, Tim Ryan & Sean Noonan, Burrell Marketing: Rebecca Burrell, RTÉ 2fm: John McMahon, Yvonne Judge & Laura Beatty, The Star: Sandra Weavers, Komodo Image: William Walker, vStream: Andrew Jenkinson & Niall O'Driscoll, Zozzy TV: Billy Brennan Councillor Oisin Quinn, Colours International: Krystyna Groen, Radio Nova: Kevin Branigan
Smiley Bolger, Tim Booth, Tony Bradfield, Noel Bridgeman, Paul Campbell, Eamon Carr, Ted Carroll, Tom Collins, Gus Curtis, Chalkie Davis, Adriano Di Ruscio, Roy Esmonde, B.P. Fallon, Peter Fallon, Patrick Feeney, Edel Fitzgerald, Jim Fitzpatrick, Kevin Forde, Aidan & Diane Gallagher, Paddy Hawe, Colm Henry, Paul Joyce, Johnny Lyons, Lauren Moore, John Morris, Pat Murphy,Frank Murray, Peter Nielsen, Noel O'Callaghan, Mick O'Flanagan, Paul O'Mahony, Terry O'Neill, Liam Quigley, Satoshi Shibuta, Colm & Mary Weadick, Lindsay & Terry Wright, Ray Wright
THE PHILIP LYNOTT EXHIBITION IS PRODUCED BY HOT PRESS:
Exhibition Management: Hilary Hughes, Exhibition Co-Ordinator: Peter Emmett Exhibition Researcher: Roisin Dwyer, Hot Press, Design: David Keane, Andrew Duffy & Graham Keogh, Hot Press, Archive Photography Research: Charlene Farrell & Phil Lang, Videographer: Dave O'Sullivan, Lighting: Gorilla Design, AV: CAVS, Multimedia: vStream, Exhibition Production: Kingram, The Poster Company, Diatec, McGowans, Mercury Framing, Komodo Image, Colours International, Exhibition Construction: Fergal Grogan, Daly Antiques Services, Exhibition Director: Niall Stokes A shout out to all the other contributors, suppliers, workers, assistants and volunteers involved in making any and all of the thousand and one parts of the exhibition come together.