A Dublin museum is looking for U2 memorabilia; everything from the band’s history for a permanent exhibition. If you have rare photographs, posters, set-lists and T-shirts the Little Museum of Dublin wants to hear from you. The non-profit museum decided to set up a permanent U2 exhibition after this summers record number of visitors that came out to see the U2 photographs, which opened in May 2012.
"We've had people coming from as far away as Greece and Italy. The response has been incredible," museum director Trevor White told the Irish Independent.
The former publisher believes it's high time Dublin had a museum to celebrate U2.
"We envisage a place where fans can see memorabilia from throughout U2's career. But we need help from the public" added Mr White.
Members of the public with rare U2 memorabilia should contact Simon O'Connor at firstname.lastname@example.org.