|Location:||County Hall & The Pavilion Theatre, Marine Road, |
|Cost:||€5 to €15 on sale from The Pavilion Theatre|
The Spring series of DLR Library Voices features a stellar line-up of international names starting on 7th February 2012 with Joanna Trollope. Trollope is one of the most successful authors in the world and she will be chatting with journalist/broadcaster Sinéad Gleeson about her latest novel The Soldier's Wife.
The series continues on Friday 30th March with a reading by Jodi Picoult of her recent novel Lone Wolf. She will appear at dlr County Hall at 7.30pm.
We have a packed schedule for April which includes Peter Carey in conversation with our own Joe O'Connor on 4th April. Carey, the double Booker prize-winner will be discussing his new novel
The Chemistry of Tears. Renowned poet Paul Durcan appears on 22nd April with his eagerly awaited collection of poetry entitled Praise in Which I Live and Move and Have my Being.
Finally, Irvine Welsh will be a giving a reading from his new novel Skagboy on 24th April, a prequel to his cult novel Trainspotting.
Tickets for all these events can be obtained from the Pavilion Theatre. Call (01) 231 2929. With thanks to DLR Library Voices Curator, Bert Wright. Apart from Jodi Picoult's reading in County Hall, the remaining events take place in Pavilion Theatre
Thursday, February 9, 2012
Library Voices Series Dun Laoghaire
Posted by Fiona A. Deverell at 9:14 PM