Paddy Cahill was a talented filmmaker and documentarian making films on architecture, art and urbanism. His work documents an evolving discussion on Irish urbanism from historic modernist architecture to designing for sustainable vibrant city living.
A dedicated cycling advocate, Paddy grew up near Shannon, Co. Clare, studied in Limerick before travelling the world and settling in Dublin. Paddy passionately believed that cities should be beautiful, safe places for residents of all ages, backgrounds and income levels.
Paddy passed away in April 2021 and Limerick Cycling Campaign wants to showcase his work and celebrate his advocacy by showing a collection of Paddy’s short films on urban cycling in Dublin and Amsterdam along with input on the night from friends and collaborators.
Event Time – Wednesday 24th of November 8pm
Location – Belltable Arts Hub, 69 O’Connell Street
Book Tickets here