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We spent our first evening here after arriving in Dublin from the US. Even though we were exhausted, Michael held our interest throughout the evening. He's a wonderful storyteller! Music was also great. Food was basic Irish pub fare, but good and lots of it!...More
we were taken upstairs in a lovely old pub called the Brazen Head". There we enjoyed a dinner, at a large communal table, interspersed with a lady telling tales based on the history of Ireland. Some of these will be part of our inside jokes...More
The tour company I traveled with scheduled our last dinner here. Being in the oldest pub in Ireland was awe-inspiring. Getting to hear such well researched stories about a brief history of the potato, the importance of fairies in the past and present, and the...More
What an enchanting evening at the Brazen Head Pub listening to stories about fairies, the famine and listening to music all while enjoying a lovely dinner (soup, main and dessert).
We were in Dublin during our cruise port stop which fortunately was not leaving until...More
We laughed, sang and learned about Ireland from Ollie, our gifted storyteller and musician. We learned about the Celts, Normans and English, the damp and much more. Ollie's warmth and sense of humor made the evening feel like we were visiting with a beloved family...More
Dinner was great and the entertainment was even better. My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience. Our story teller for the evening was Ollie and he was amazing. I would recommend this dinner to others.
I was really looking forward to some Irish storytelling. This was not the case John, our
speaker, spent the entire time talking about the potato and it’s place in the Irish food culture and the subsequent famine and immigration from Ireland. Not very cheery. Then,...More
Brought our kids for a magical evening of Irish history, storytelling and great food. This is a must do! Allow three hours for a wonderful traditional dinner mixed with music and stories that are second to none. Silainte!
We enjoyed an evening in an upstairs room at the Brazenhead Pub listening to the ultra-charming and knowledgeable storyteller Michael Heavey. He made everyone feel as if he were their best friend, entertained us heartily and disappeared at appropriate times so we could eat and...More