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Irish Steampunk Society

For Steampunk Enthusiast in Ireland! Let's get together to talk about Events and life in Ireland.

Location: Ireland
Members: 74
Latest Activity: Jul 1

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Northern Steam

Started by Amanda Allaway May 5. 0 Replies

Greetings from the a Belfast Steampunk Society - delighted to make your acquaintance. Find us on facebook -…Continue

Steampunk LARP in Dublin

Started by Major Talion. Last reply by Professor Dr Julius Carnaki Mar 31, 2013. 18 Replies

Just wondering would there be any intrest in this If I set it up. sounding out the waters so to speak.The Idea would be for a monthly Gathering in coustume to determin Stratagy and then actions…Continue

Tags: Ireland, Dublin, Game, LARP, Steampunk

Soliciting tourism advice for a steamy Yank

Started by Laurie Ann. Last reply by Major Talion Aug 21, 2011. 3 Replies

Hi all. I'm in the very early stages of planning a trip to Ireland next April. I'll be traveling from Boston with my husband and another couple. We're in our early thirties, all appreciate a steamy…Continue

Event : A Ghost Light Walk

Started by Hephzibah Marsh Apr 13, 2011. 0 Replies

Just start reading a Ghost Light myself and so far it's been pretty good!  Anyone going to the event by the  Dublin One City One book? Sounds like a fun event to learn about…Continue

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Comment by Lady Tanya on May 12, 2014 at 7:17am

Nice to meet you Stuart.  Even though I carry Ireland in my heart, alas I don't reside there.  I'm from Southern California in the United States.  The best of luck to you in finding other Steampunkers in your area.

Comment by Stuart Whiting on May 12, 2014 at 7:02am

Hi,are there any people on this site living on the South West part of Ireland ? I am living on the West Coast on the Dingle Peninsular.

Comment by Nina Lishka on September 9, 2013 at 8:00am
Hi, I am moving to Ireland this sunday. As steampunk is one of my biggest hobbies, I hope to find people who share my interest. Is there someone around here who would like to meet and help me to find the steampunk-scene in Dublin?
Comment by Lady Tanya on August 11, 2013 at 12:55pm

Greetings All:

I'm Irish descent on both sides.  I had the good fortune to visit Ireland for 3 weeks.  It's was a wonderous experience.  I've always felt a special connection to Ireland and hope to continue that connection here.

Comment by Chrystal Kaminski on April 20, 2013 at 10:20am

My grandmother's maiden name was McCarron, and the other side is Fields. The latter is a pretty rare name in Ireland, as I have researched. Interesting. She's also a bit French, like 10% or so. Perhaps that's where Fields came from.

Comment by Wolfgang Metzger on April 20, 2013 at 9:26am

My Grandmothers maiden name was O'Callaghan.

Comment by Chrystal Kaminski on April 20, 2013 at 9:13am

My grandma is 100% Irish also, and from Cork too! well, half anyway. The other half of her family was from Moate. I love to learn about my heritage, it's fun to keep up on the times of the homes lands :)

Comment by Wolfgang Metzger on April 20, 2013 at 8:41am

Hello everyone, my Grandmother way 100% Irish from Cork Ireland ,growing up we were immersed in the true culture of the land.

Comment by Titan Cronus on March 13, 2013 at 4:47am

Hey there fellow citizens of the Steampunk Empire and Ladies and Gentelmen of the Irish Steampunk Society. I have only just joined this site and community so wanted to come straight here and join this group, say hi, introduce myself and ask you fine fellows a question.

 

Im living in rural remote kerry and work's thin down here so going to get back into leather work (and crafting/creating in general). When I was living in england years back, I used to make all kinds of stuff but some of my favourite stuff was armour and gear for bikers and LARPers. Thats the area I'd like to get back into but it all comes doown to demand I reckon. Like, most of the Steampunks I have known liked to make as much of their own stuff as possible. We seem to be quite a talented crowd in general, eh boys. lol

I'd love to know guys, do any of you buy your gear? Like, from a crafter's point of view, would there be much interest here in Ireland if I were to have a crack at making some stuff? I know I can cater to the rest of the world but I'd like to know what kind of market there is here in Ireland. If I can make anything decent and desirable, I'd like to get your opinions and see you guys get first pick.

 

I'd like to know if your at all interested or if you think there'll be any interest here.

 

Thanks a million. : )

Cro.

Comment by Captain Patrick Crofts on June 12, 2012 at 3:31am

Hello,

To all my fellow creative people who follow this captivating subculture,

i am currently an art student in The National Collage of Art and Design in Dublin

I am hosting a degree show my own work is being exhibited in the metals area for the rest of this week i would simply love to extend to you all a formal invitation, for my work is steampunk craft in metal, I have made four Victorian inventions, each inspired by a Victorian Inventor  Pholosopher or Theorist so pleas drop on by if you find the time 

Yours Sincerely

Captain Patrick Crofts

 

 

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