It was Oscar Wilde who said, “I can resist everything except temptation“. I want to tempt you to join me in our Georgian tour that looks at the Dublin of Wilde, Joyce and Bernard Shaw with strong Dutch overtures and the French connection. The city may be in a state of renewal, but its literary giants have helped in no small way to regenerate our communal ability to appreciate the creative talents that they have bequeathed to us. It's when you have that fusion of great creativeness, where the wordsmiths of paradoxical poetry meet the artisans of Georgian genius that you have the quintessential Dublin. Everything and nothing, with the patchwork of historical contradiction that holds it together tantalisingly tearing at the curiosity of its many admirers.