Literature Trail

August 14th 2017 Words on the Street 2017. Image © Dublin City Council.

Words on the Street – A European Literature Trail will take place in 6 venues around Parnell Square on Thursday 7th September.

Join us for a literary evening, listening to well known personalities such as Sharon Ní Bheoláin, Bryan Murray, Rick O’Shea, Johnny Ward and Katherine Lynch read from translated works of European literature. We’ll also be joined by UK author Kit de Waal, who will read from her novel My Name is Leon.

Readings at Abbey Presbyterian Church, Belvedere College, Belvedere School, the James Joyce Centre, Dublin Writers Museum and Poetry Ireland begin at 6.30pm with readings every half hour after, the final one at 9pm. Read the full programme.

This Dublin UNESCO City of Literature event is in partnership with Alliance Francaise, Austrian Embassy, British Council, Instituto Cervantes Dublin, Embassy of Denmark, Goethe Institut, Instituto Italiano di Cultura, Maltese Embassy, Polish Embassy, Romanian Embassy and Romanian Cultural Institute.

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