Star Trek: The Next Generation 30th Anniversary Party

On September 28th 1987 Star Trek The Next Generation debuted. This Sept 28th, we’re celebrating 30 years of one of the best TV series ever made.

We hope you can join us!


Our evening will consist of Star Trek The Next Generation’s most loved episodes, a Star Trek quiz, raffle, charity auction, a Ten Forward style cocktail bar menu on the night, and more! Tickets are just €10 each and includes finger food on the night.

As always, every cent from our auction on the night goes to charity. We are proud to announce that representatives from The Clubhouse ( charity will be present to accept the money raised. The Clubhouse provides a safe and creative learning environment in technology for young people in the heart of the Liberties in Dublin.

Please note this event is held in a pub environment. Places and seating are limited. Over 18s only.

Email us at with any questions.

“Let’s make sure history never forgets the name ‘Enterprise’”.

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An Evening with Terry Farrell

Update: Event starting 7pm sharp on Saturday 25th March. Doors open after 6pm. Tickets will be called by batch number.

Please note: No video recording allowed during event. Autographs and selfies with our guest are available to purchase on the night.


Limited Tickets still available. Please purchase tickets now to avoid disappointment. If there are any tickets for sale on the day these will only be processed after those with tickets have entered.

Click on the Latinum to purchase tickets!


You are cordially invited to an Evening with Terry Farrell!

We are celebrating the career of one of Star Trek’s most beloved actresses. With roles in many American TV Series, such as Quantum Leap, Becker, Family Ties, it is Terry’s role as Jadzia Dax in 148 episodes of Deep Space Nine that has etched her name into the Star Trek Universe, and into our hearts.

As it is Terry’s first visit to Ireland we plan on giving her an event to remember, and we hope you can join us!

The evening will be obviously Star Trek themed, with a Quark-style bar serving cocktails that are out of this world. There will be a talk with Terry, followed by a Q&A, where you the audience will get the opportunity to put your questions directly to Terry. There will also be a ‘Tribute to Terry Farrell’, a Star Trek pub quiz, auction, raffle, and spot prizes.  Your ticket price also includes intergalactic finger food.

You will also have the opportunity to purchase autographs and photos with Terry on the night.

VIP add-on Tickets: These will go on sale in the next few days. These are very limited. They will only be available to those who have already purchased their main ticket and they will be firstly offered to those who have supported us in the past/pre-registered. More VIP details coming soon but it will include a sit-down lunch with Terry Farrell on Saturday 25th March in Dublin.

Main Event


Saturday, 25th March 2017 from 19:00 to late (IST) 


O’Callaghan Davenport Hotel – Dublin City Centre– View Map


If you are planning on making a night of it we have reserved a very limited number of rooms in the O’Callaghan Davenport Hotel and it’s sister hotel opposite, the O’Callaghan Mont Clare Hotel. Quote ‘Star Trek Éire’ when booking for discount.


Transport at Davenport Hotel in Dublin

Getting to and from the Davenport Hotel in Dublin, Ireland couldn’t be easier.

  • The Aircoach from Dublin Airport stops on Merrion square next door to the hotel
  • The Green Line LUAS line to Sandyford business park and Dundrum Town Centre and other destinations is less than a 10 minute walk
  • The Red Line LUAS to Heuston station is less than a 15 minute walk from the hotel
  • Pearse Street DART and rail station is 3 minutes walk from the hotel
  • A taxi rank is located across the road from the hotel
  • A selection of hop on hop off bus tours stop on Merrion Square
  • Dublin Bike’s have a station on Merrion Square. Guests can register online and use this increasingly popular mode of transport to see the city.
  • There are a range of Dublin bus routes that pass the hotel travelling to various destinations around the city


Parking at Davenport Hotel in Dublin

The car park for the Davenport, Alexander and Mont Clare Hotels is located on Fenian Street and is called Alexander Court. The cost for residents is €12.00 per 24 hours and €2.00 per hour thereafter. You will need a code to access this car park which can be obtained by telephone or by checking with the receptionist on check in.


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Terms and conditions

  1. Star Trek Éire is a not-for-profit Star Trek fan group in Ireland who are just involved in this because of their love of Star Trek. Please go easy on us!
  2. The event is in a safe and fun environment.  Respect to all is of the utmost importance.
  3. Event starts at 7pm.
  4. Please print out your tickets to gain access to event, or display ticket on your phone.
  5. The first batch of standard tickets are currently available at €40 each. Future batches may cost more than this.
  6. We reserve the right to refuse admission.
  7. Attendees under 16 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.
  8. Attendees must carry their ticket with them at all times.
  9. VIP add-on tickets are only available to those attending the main event.
  10. The organizer reserves the right to prohibit photography and recording during certain parts of the event, in certain areas and of certain persons. Audio-visual recordings at the event for commercial purposes are only allowed with prior written consent of the organizer.  By purchasing a ticket and attending the event, the attendee forfeits any personal rights to photos or recordings that they may appear in.
  11. We may change the event schedule without prior announcement. This establishes no right of diminution or right of withdrawal on the part of the participant. The organizer endeavors to ensure that quality of the event program will not be influenced by changes.
  12. We reserve the right to change location of the event to another location within Dublin, to change the event date, or to cancel the event at any time without giving a reason. In case of cancellations refunds will be given.
  13. Standard Tickets do not include autographs or photographs with Terry Farrell. These may be purchased on the night.
  14. We are not liable for flaws in service and hospitality provided by the hotel.
  15. Instructions of members of Star Trek Éire and appointed persons must be obeyed.
  16. Any promotion or advertisement displayed at the event must be approved prior to the show in writing. We reserve the right to refuse advertisement during the event.
  17. We reserve the right to immediately remove anyone who creates a disturbance of any kind during the event, or displaying any unacceptable behavior or in not complying with event rules. In any of these cases, ticket payments made are deemed void. We reserve the right to take legal steps against those who severely disturb the event.
  18. Tickets are non-refundable. In certain situations refunds/part-refunds may be issued after the event. Please email


An Evening with Terry Farrell

You are cordially invited to An Evening with Terry Farrell in Dublin, Ireland on March 25th 2017!
Tickets will be on sale in the coming days. Please register your interest by emailing us at to be among the first to be able purchase tickets. Some very limited VIP tickets will be made available. More news to follow soon.
Would you like to see more Star Trek stars in Ireland? Please tell all your friends who may be interested so we can make this a memorable event for Terry!
We’re a not-for-profit Star Trek group just trying to share our love of Star Trek with other people in Ireland, and beyond.
Thank you,

Gene Roddenberry Anniversary

On October 24th 1991 the creator of Star Trek, the Great Bird of the Galaxy Gene Roddenberry left us.  It’s hard to imagine a world without Star Trek.  Although it’s obviously a fictional show, the impact it has had on so many lives is very real.

I remember where I was when I heard the news.  Astronomy Ireland had organised a weekend trip to Birr, Co. Offaly to visit the, at one time, the biggest telescope in the world, as well as have a space shuttle simulation and do some stargazing.


I believe it was the Friday night when we were stargazing that I heard Gene had passed the day before.  I’ll be honest, it didn’t affect me much at the time.  I was 14 and was more interested in trying to distinguish the differences between two, almost identical, blonde twin sisters, who both liked astronomy. It wasn’t until several years after that night that I began to appreciate how important Gene Roddenberry has been to my life.

I don’t think I would have been at that astronomy weekend if it wasn’t for Star Trek. Don’t get me wrong, I haven’t gone on to become one of the many famous Star Trek fans who became an astronaut (Chris Hadfield) or a world renowned scientist (Stephen Hawking). I haven’t invented anything that could be easily described with some of Star Trek’s get-out-of-jail-free technobabble! I’m just a nameless redshirt who has survived with a Star Trek Encyclopedia in my breast pocket. But what do I share with Hadfield, Hawking, Asimov, Bill Gates or Bill Nye?: I LOVE Star Trek. It is part of me, entwined into my being like a tapestry (and I don’t want Q to allow me to change it either!). I believe Star Trek has inspired my healthy amateur love of astronomy but the main reason I am so grateful to Star Trek and it’s creator Gene Roddenberry, is the moral GPS system that it uploaded to my brain! The teenage years are so important in molding a person so I was very lucky to be guided by my parents, but with very special backup from Spock and Picard. If you have a problem, if no one else can help, if the A-Team are just too busy, don’t worry. Just ask yourself ‘what would Picard do?’.

Thank you Gene for bringing those fresh Star Trek snowflakes together and molding them in your hands 50 years ago.  That snowball has became a colossal boulder, as it continues to grow and touch so many as it roles into the future.

Read more about Gene Roddenberry at and





Gene Roddenberry, with Majel-Barrett Roddenberry and a young Rod Roddenberry. Photo: Alan Berliner Studio.


Director Robert Wise, Gene, Shatner, Kelley,  Nimoy on TPM set. Photo: copyright Paramount Pics 1979


Gene and Marina Sirtis. Photo: Eddie Berganza.


Gene Roddenberry with Star Trek Producers Bob Justman, Rick Berman and the TNG Crew. Photo: Paramount Pics.


Star Trek 50th Anniversary Event Dublin


On September 8th 1966 the first episode of Star Trek aired.  This Sept 8th, we’re celebrating 50 years of Star Trek!

Star Trek Éire and the USS Cuchulain are teaming up to bring as many Irish Star Trek fans together for this special occasion as possible. We hope you can join us!

Our evening will consist of 3 of Star Trek’s most beloved episodes, a Star Trek quiz and raffle plus a ‘Quark’s’ style bar on the night.

Tickets Only €10   Online Tickets SOLD OUT!

Please fill out the form below to be added to the standby list. You will be contacted in advance if there is a ticket for you. Thank you.

Your ticket price includes finger food on the night and there is a gift of a Star Trek book to the first 40 tickets sold online!

Please get your tickets as early as possible so we can make this the best possible night!

Follow our event page on Facebook  or you can email us at


Thursday, 8 September 2016 from 19:00 to 23:30 (IST) Add to Calendar


Woolshed Baa & Grill – Parnell Street, Dublin – View Map


If you are coming form outside Dublin and need a place to stay we highly reccommend  just around the corner from the Woolshed you will find reasonable rates at The Maldron Hotel Parnell Square  Or you can cross the road to the slightly fancier Jury’s Inn on Parnell Street
Satr Trek 50th Party

Join us to celebrate 50 years of Star Trek at The Woolshed Dublin Parnell Street on Sept 8th Tickets only €10

Terms and Conditions

  1. This is an over 18s event.
  2. The event is in a safe and fun environment in a pub.  Although many seats are available a seat is not guaranteed.
  3. Doors open at 7pm, event starts at 8pm.
  4. Please print out your tickets to gain access to event, or display ticket on your phone.
  5. If you ordered an early bird ticket that includes a book, you must collect this book on entry.  The books available have been donated by Sinéad Doyle from her collection.
  6. We reserve the right to refuse admission.

Welcome to Star Trek Éire!

Star Trek Éire is a Star Trek group based in Ireland. Our aim is to bring the universe of Star Trek to new and old fans through events, screenings, our website, Facebook page and Twitter account.

Star Trek Eire is a not for profit group of Star Trek fans based in Ireland. We hope to meet other enthusiasts and revel in the greatness of the TV franchise from the original 1966 series all the way up to the current films. If you’re a diehard fan or someone who’s just seen the latest films and wants to know more, we’re the group for you. We’ll be posting and sharing news about all things Star Trek.

If you’re going with us to the Premiere of #StarTrekBeyond in the Savoy Dublin on July20th, please send your photos etc. to us at or to Facebook or Twitter!

Come with us on a journey of fun, discovery and friendship.


Ciarán, Gary, Ronan, & Shane.


Anton Yelchin, 1989 to 2016

With the tragic news on Sunday June 19th that Star Trek (2009) actor Anton Yelchin died at his home,  we take a look at the young actor’s career and place in Star Trek.

Being a fan of the reboot franchise or hating it, it would be hard to find a fan who didn’t like or disagree with Yelchin’s casting as the young  Pavel Chekov.  As we all know the role was originally played by the cute faced Walter Koenig in the original Star Trek series’ second season. Chekov was a character conceived to tap into the Davey Jones and Beatles fan base, to give girls and young men an idol or pop star looking character. This mostly worked and Chekov became a permanent member of the Star Trek crew.


Despite mixed reviews of JJ Abrams 2009 Reboot of Star Trek, Yelchin was the perfect choice to play Chekov. Yelchin was born in Leningrad in 1989 to parents, Irina Korina and Viktor Yelchin and migrated to the US months later under a refugee status.

Failing to take to Figure Skating (his parents’ careers ), Anton turned to acting at a very young age, starting out in  independent films in 2000. In 2002 he landed a role in a Spielberg produced miniseries Taken (2002). This role launched him quickly into television roles including Larry David’s Curb Your Enthusiasm (2000) and as a series regular on Huff (2004) alongside Hank Azaria .

In 2007 Yelchin landed a key role in the film Alpha Dog which launched his film career to a new level. It didn’t take long for him to find a role in 2009’s Star Trek as Chekov.

Yelchin had a unique look and growing up with Russian parents, the accent and language came to him very naturally. His young looks and boyish innocent face made him a perfect fit to play Chekov.  He played the character with a sense of awe and nervous energy. A depiction that was very fitting to a young cadet thrown onto the bridge for his genius and skill.

Yelchin excelled in his acting career, he could carry himself as a small innocent looking boy or be an unexpected hero springing into action. A great role that shows his ability was as the lead character in Odd Thomas in 2013. In this role, he shone as the vulnerable seer of death while balancing it with a hero out to fight the supernatural.

Yelchin took to music from a young age and showcased his passion in 2014’s Rudderless, alongside Billy Crudup in a story about friendship and a love of music. Yelchin was once part of a Punk band named “The Hammerheads”.


On June 19th 2016, Anton Yelchin Died aged 27 when a fault in his Jeep Grand Cherokee rolled into him and pinned him against a pillar in his own driveway. The accident was due to a fault in the car’s design, a model that was under recall. Yelchin was found by friends when he failed to show up to a film set on time. His death at only 27 continues the showbusiness curse and adds him to the infamous 27 Club, with members including James Dean, Jim Morrison and Kurt Cobain.

Yelchin can be seen this summer in Star Trek Beyond, in what is now his last appearance as Pavel Chekov. Two more completed films are in post production starring Yelchin- “Porto” and “Thoroughbred“- and are due to be released later this year and in 2017.

Tributes to Anton Yelchin have been posted on many social media outlets. Many by Star Trek fans including him in the line up of big Star Trek names who have died over the years.

Yelchin was described by many as a kind and fun loving person. He was friendly and loved by many. Karl Urban (Bones) posted on Twitter and Instagram his love for Yelchin saying:

Anton was such a beautiful , gentle soul . He sought out new life experience with an unabated passion . He was edgy , incredibly talented and beautifully knowledgeable. His smile was radiant and mischievous . Truly an old soul in a young man’s body . He was a loving son. My heart , thoughts and prayers are with Anton’s family. I’m devastated. Godspeed you gorgeous man .


Written by Shane Collier for Star Trek Eire