An open front tram, originally built in 1914, and restored by the National Transport Museum in Howth, will provide a platform for music and performances on its top deck throughout the day. Variety show expert Aonghus McAnally takes on the role of MC.
Listen as Enda Reilly and Aoife Scott sing about change and strife in Ireland through the ages, in both English and Irish, and performance poet Stephen James Smith recites poetry around the theme of 1916.
The Barbershop Quartet 4 In A Bar will sing in a style popular in 1916,and there will be appearances from Old Hannah, The Brook Singers, Dublin City Rounders , Magician Pat Fallon, Ceoltóirí Chluain Tarbh and more.
A talk and film about Dublin’s trams with John Kelleher, Chair of The National Transport Museum will take place in The Generator Hostel on the Square at 3 p.m (free but ticketed)