Saturday, April 4, 2020

Dalkey Book Festival

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Dalkey Book Festival was set up originally in 2010 to celebrate and foster the wealth of literary talent in and around the town.

When? Mid-June 18th-21st June, 2020

Where? The charming heritage town of Dalkey, with its medieval streetscape is attractively situated on the southern end of Dublin Bay, Eire. It is approximately half an hour’s drive from the city centre and is on the Dart train line. All the festival venues are within five minutes’ walk from the DART.

Who? TBA

Tickets? Phone bookings: 086 054 2531 – Box office – 20 Railway Road

Website? Dalkey Book Festival

Social Media? Twitter – Facebook

Twitter? @dalkeybookfest

Founded? 2010

Past Festivals? 

– Bernie Sanders, Sebastian Barry, Yassmin Abdel-Magied, Elif Shafak, Marlon James, Salmon Rushdie, Sebastian Barry, John Waters, John O’Donnell, Fiona Doyle, Sarah Web, Kevin Barry – Carl Bernstein – John Boyne – Stuart Carolan – David Coleman – Eoin Colfer – Gary Cooke – John Colleary – Jonathan Dee – Roddy Doyle – Anne Enright – Robert Fisk – Selina Guinness – Sarah Harte – Declan Kiberd – Oisín McGann – Frank McGuinness – Bernard McLaverty – Pauline McLynn – Midnight Poe – Eamon Morrissey – Barry Murphy – Edna O’Brien – Dawn O’Porter – Colm O’Regan – Uri Orlev – Donal Ryan – Mike Scott – Sarah Webb

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