Winter Nights - a festival of conversation, culture and ideas from The Irish Times
About this event
From January 24th to January 27th, join us for Winter Nights, when internationally renowned guests will join Irish Times journalists for four nights of unforgettable debate, discussion, distraction, and everything in between.
Ticket price: €50. A ticket gets you access to the whole online festival.
All events will be recorded and available On Demand in the week following the festival, so you can catch up on anything you miss, or watch back an event.
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