Fallen by Lia Mills (Publisher: Penguin)

Library Catalogue ! Penguin

We are delighted to announce that Lia Mills’ novel Fallen, published by Penguin Ireland, is the Dublin: One City One Book choice for April 2016.

We are also delighted to announce that, for the first time, Dublin will team up with Belfast for a 'Two Cities One Book' Festival.  2016 will see a partnership with Libraries NI (the library authority for Northern Ireland) so that next April readers in Dublin and Belfast will engage with the same book at the same time.

2016 will be the 11th year of the festival, and our imaginative programme will animate the chosen title through music, film and public readings throughout the month of April.

Barrytown trilogy film scenes

Watch this space!. 


Fallen by Lia Mills (Publisher: Penguin)

Library Catalogue ! Penguin

Bare Feet and Bower Hats; Capturing the Dublin of 1913

It was the Best of Times, it was the Worst of Times

Dublin 1913 - A Divided City

"Bare Feet and Bowler Hats; Capturing the Dublin of 1913" - Transporting you back to Strumpet City as we remember the Dublin of 1913. Remembering a turbulent time in our history and the oft neglected role of women in the 1913 Lockout.

Exhibition by Liberties Heritage Association at St. Nicholas of Myra Centre, Carmans Hall (Off Francis Street), Dublin 8.

Strumpet City: A People's History of the 1913 Lockout Programme

Saturday 27th April 11am-4.30pm Free admission. Booking essential email cityofliterature@dublincity.ie or Ph: 6744862

A day of Papers and Debate organised by Garrett Fagan in Dublin City Library & Archive, Pearse Street.

11.00  Derek Hand Strumpet City and the Burdens of Irish History

Pod Cast

There will be pod cast of tonight's lecture How the Poor Lived: Tenement, Public Health and Medicine in Lockout Dublin 1913 available on the Royal College of Physicians Ireland website next week.

Play back of Bread and Roses: Strumpet City Revisited

Listen to Bread and Roses: Strumpet City Revisited from Dublin Castle on 3rd April http://bit.ly/Z5f2VV


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