Red Line Book Festival

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Online, Monday 12th October - Sunday 18th October

The Red Line Book Festival returns this autumn, despite some challenges – due to the Covid-19 pandemic – with an ambitious programme. Immerse yourself in conversations, stories and workshops virtually and in-person, from some of the biggest Irish and international names in literature. 

Participants this year include Sinéad Gleeson, Chiamaka Enyi-Amadi, Patrick McCabe, Doireann Ní Ghríofa, Rob Doyle, Nicole Flattery, Elspeth Wilson, Debbie Deegan, Oein DeBhardúin, Melatu Uche Okorie, Blindboy Boatclub, Patrick McCabe, Elaine Feeney and this year’s Red Line Book Festival Writer-in-Residence, Keith Payne among others. 

The festival is an initiative by and funded by South Dublin County Council and managed by South Dublin Libraries and Arts.

Monday 12th October - Sunday 18th October


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