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26 to 26 November 2015

Elizabeth Gilbert in conversation with Róisín Ingle

On Thursday 26th November at 7pm in Liberty Hall Theatre, Elizabeth Gilbert author of bestselling novel Eat Pray... See more details

04 January to 21 March 2016

Citywide Reading Campaign for Children 2016

The Book of Learning by E.R. Murray is the chosen book for the 2016 Citywide Reading for Children campaign. The aim... See more details

01 to 30 April 2016

Dublin: One City One Book 2015

For the first time Dublin will team up with Belfast for a Two Cities One Book festival as readers in both... See more details

Dublin - The Literary City

Writers in Dublin are not remote figures, out of step with the thrust of 21st century life but are part of the everyday landscape, much valued by Dubliners. read more


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History Ireland Hedge School: Popular Culture and the Great War 19/11/2015

In the latest installment in the Hedge School series History Ireland editor, Tommy Graham, moderates a panel discussion on The Great War to the Great  [ ... ]

International Dublin Literary Award 2016 09/11/2015

The longlist for the 2016 International Dublin Literary Award was announced this morning by Ardmhéara Bhaile Átha Cliath Críona Ní Dhálaigh, [ ... ]

Et in terra pax – Gloria by Vivaldi and Dona Nobis Pacem by Andrew Campling 06/11/2015

Christ Church Cathedral hosts the Irish premiere of Andrew Campling's Dona Nobis Pacem on Saturday 7th November, 7.30pm, in aid of Focus Ireland. [ ... ]

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