Tuesday 14th Oct
POETRY PLEASE! POETRY CIRCLE with Enda Wyley
3.00pm – 4.30pm
Whitechurch Library, Rathfarnham
Booking @ 01 493 0199
Enda Wyley is an award winning poet and children’s writer. She has published four collections of poetry, and her new collection is due to be published this September. During her workshop Enda will inspire and encourage participants to look at poetry by established poets, create new work and to share their writing with class members … an inspiring afternoon for all poets!
Places limited; book early to avoid disappointment!
Wednesday 15th Oct
County Library Tallaght
Booking @ 01 462 0073; email@example.com
In ten of Dublin’s most historic buildings, we encounter the great periods of building activity, the people involved in their construction and the institutions that inhabited them. Behind the façades is the story of Dublin. Bringing together the story of these landmark buildings, Lisa takes us on a wonderful journey through the shifting social, political and cultural history of Ireland’s capital.
Lisa Marie Griffith is the Co-ordinator of the Cultural Heritage Studies Programme at the National Print Museum in Dublin.
Thursday 15th Oct
RED LINE POETRY COMPETITION PRIZE-GIVING CEREMONY AND READINGS with special guest Nessa O'Mahony
RUA RED Café
Booking at 01 451 5860; firstname.lastname@example.org
The competition winners of our annual poetry competition will be announced and invited to read their poems. The event will include a reading by special guest, competition judge Nessa O’Mahony. Having spent 15 years in journalism and public relations, Nessa was one of the first writers in Ireland to complete a PhD in Creative and Critical Writing in 2007. She teaches creative writing with the Open University and has published two collections of poems and a verse novel.
TEDXTALLAGHT: THE THEATRE OF CURIOSITY
Booking at Civic Theatre Box Office: Book Online or Tel 01 462 7477; email@example.com
Admission €12/€10 concessions
South Dublin Libraries are delighted to announce the 4th annual TEDxTallaght, our TED (Technology, Entertainment & Design) event showcasing the best of Irish and international thinkers and innovators. Topics covered include quantum physics, eating behaviours, playfulness, urban farming and more! It will be a truly inspirational evening. The speakers this year are Elaine Doyle, Adam Murphy, Andrew Douglas, Paul Gleeson, Jack Kavanagh, Darren McNelis, Gillian Riley, Ian Kingston, AnnMarie Steen…and finally some surprises with the Boomwhackers!! Read more about the speakers here.
Friday 16th Oct
Loose End Studio, Civic Theatre Tallaght
Booking at Civic Theatre Box Office: Book Online or Tel 01 4627477; firstname.lastname@example.org
Are literary women writers undersold and undervalued by the current literary universe? In 2014 a small American literary journal vowed to cover women writers for a full year. Then, artist Joanna Walsh’s #readwomen2014 project became a popular meme on social media. Join three Hennessy award winning writers, Valerie Sirr, Geraldine Mills and Eileen Casey in this lively debate as they assess and attempt to redress male writers’ dominance in the literary world. The event is facilitated by local writer Sue Hassett