Dublin Book Festival – Autumn Series

Online, Saturday 4th September - Sunday 24th October

Dublin Book Festival is excited to bring you news of three new and exciting events coming to your screens this Autumn. We’ll be hosting events to celebrate the launch of three spectacular books.

Bestselling author Cecelia Ahern will join us on 4th September to talk to Sam Blake about her new novel Freckles, life as an Irish writer, and her continued inspirations. Freckles is a heartwarming story about finding your place in world and is bound to be a favourite with Ahern fans.

On 14th October, Kodaline lead singer Steve Garrigan will speak to Fergal D’Arcy about his deeply personal memoir, High Hopes. This exclusive interview and musical performance with one of Ireland’s most prominent musicians is not one to be missed.

Hypnotist, mentalist and brain hacker Keith Barry will be joining us on 24th October for a very special performance and an interview with Gerry Kelly. Barry is with us to celebrate and discuss the release of his latest book, Brain Hacks.

All of these events will be streamed online from Rathfarnham Castle. Ticket options include the possibility of purchasing a SIGNED copy of the book with your ticket.


Date:
Saturday 4th September - Sunday 24th October
Time:
Varies
Price:
€0 - €20

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