01apr10:30 am12:00 amReading Dublin One City One BookDublin City Library & Archive Event Organized By: Dublin UNESCO City of Literature Event TagsBook Reading,Christine Dwyer Hickey,Dublin,Dublin City Council,Dublin City Library,One City One Book,Tatty
About this event: Presented by Garrett Fagan, this course is designed to tie in with events in the Dublin One City One Book festival 2020 culminating in an extended engagement with
About this event:
Presented by Garrett Fagan, this course is designed to tie in with events in the Dublin One City One Book festival 2020 culminating in an extended engagement with the selected title and making full use of events staged during April. Students read a variety of books chosen to relate thematically to the 2020 Dublin One City One Book choice.
No prior knowledge is required for this course beyond an enjoyment, an interest in reading and in finding out more about your city.
Bookings for this reading can be made by clicking ‘Learn More.’ To see the entire programme, click here.
Dublin: One City, One Book is an award-winning Dublin City Council initiative, led by Dublin City Libraries and Dublin UNESCO City of Literature, which encourages everyone to read a book connected with the capital city during the month of April every year.
This year’s Dublin One City One Book Selection is Tatty by Christine Dwyer Hickey. First published by New Island Books in 2004, the book focuses on Tatty’s childhood in a Dublin family struggling with a growing dependency on alcohol– as Christine Dwyer Hickey calls it, the “disease nobody dares mention.” Through the lens of a growing, unfiltered child, Tatty tells the story of her family as she becomes more and more aware of where her family differs from others.
(Wednesday) 10:30 am - 12:00 am
Dublin City Library & Archive
138-144 Pearse Street
Dublin UNESCO City of Literaturecityofliterature@dublincity.ie