Vicar Street “Quarter” (1 Viewer)

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It is generally acknowledged that Dublin needs a venue for acts that are too large for 1,000 capacity venues like Vicar Street and the Olympia but are too small to bridge the gap to play the 3Arena.

Mr Crosbie envisages retaining the existing Vicar Street venue and upgrading it while creating a musical quarter with the 2,000 capacity venue and also a 250 seat mini-venue in the old famine school in Vicar Street.

 
It's strange word.

It's because the romans used to actually devide the city in 4 and it stuck.

Carraroe in Galway, which is not a city and more a pile of stones half in the sea is the red quarter, an Cathrú Rua.

It also annoys me that a city can have any number of quarters rather than 4 or 0.

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It's strange word.

It's because the romans used to actually devide the city in 4 and it stuck.

Carraroe in Galway, which is not a city and more a pile of stones half in the sea is the red quarter, an Cathrú Rua.

It also annoys me that a city can have any number of quarters rather than 4 or 0.

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I think if it is a name that has a historical significance to it, great. Modern marketing bullshit? Fuck that.
 

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