The Philip Lynott Exhibition has returned to the Stephen's Green Shopping Centre in Dublin for a second run, ending August 31st.The exhibition is home to the biggest ever collection of memorabilia, song lyrics, exhibits, paintings, tributes and photographs of the late rock legend.
The highly acclaimed exhibition, which brought visitors to Dublin from all over the world since it opened in March, will now return to Dublin for the months of July and August, with a programme of events being lined up to bring additional fun and entertainment to the run.
The Exhibition features an additional treasure trove of items, which were added just a week before its last run ended. Chief among these is Lynott's personal diary for 1972, which was recently unearthed by former Lizzy tour manager Frank Murray, as well as personal material from Philip's childhood and hand-written song lyrics.
There is also reference to a jam session with Donovan, his mother Philomena Lynott and The Woods Band, along with details of Lizzy's New Year's gigs and how much they were paid for each of them.
The Philip Lynott Exhibition is presented by Hot Press, Still In Love With You: The Philip Lynott Exhibition is supported by Dublin Tourism, The Department of Tourism, Culture and Sport, Dublin UNESCO City of Literature, Dublin City Council, Dublin City BID, Jameson and Radio Nova.