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National Rehabilitation Board (NRB)


Upper Mallow St, Limerick, V94 V3Y2Google MapsArrow
  • This building on Mallow Street was home to the National Rehabilitation Board (NRB), which provided service to people with disabilities.
  • Mallow Street is named after the Rev. William Cecil Pery (b. 1721, Ireland; d. 1794). Having been consecrated Bishop of Killala in 1781 and Bishop of Limerick in 1784, he was created Baron Glentworth of Mallow in 1790.
  • This site was one of 26 listed venues for the 22nd edition of EVA in 1998, curated by Paul M O‘Reilly (b. 1934, USA/Ireland).
  • The 1998 edition was the most expansive edition in EVA’s history in terms of number of venues and artists.