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  1. Bloomsday Festival

    Dublin City, Dublin

    June 16th is Bloomsday, the very day in 1904 on which all the action of James Joyce’s renowned novel Ulysses takes place. A lively celebration of all things Joyce, join avid Joyceans from all over the... Read more

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  2. Dublin Festival of History

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Join historians and writers of national and international renown for lectures, debate and much more in the historic setting of Dublin City. Read more

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  3. Dalkey Creates Writing Festival

    Dalkey, Dublin

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    Dalkey Creates features writing workshops and events. Its purpose is to inspire and motivate writers, and to nurture and create new writing. The event is open to anyone... Read more

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  4. Cape Clear Island International Storytelling Festival

    Cape Clear Island, Cork

    A unique storytelling festival held over three days in a stunning setting. Each year Irish and international storytellers and musicians are invited to perform. Enjoy walks, workshops and even set dancing! Read more

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  5. International Literature Festival Dublin

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Founded in 1998, this is Ireland's premier literary event which gathers the finest writers in the world to debate, provoke, delight and enthral. Read more

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  6. Oscar Wilde Festival Galway

    Galway City, Galway

    A celebration of the life and works of Oscar Wilde - one of Ireland's greatest writers. Discover Wilde's links with the West of Ireland. Read more

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  7. Red Line Book Festival

    Tallaght, Dublin

    The annual Red Line Book Festival returns to South Dublin this October with more of the best national and international contemporary writing of special significance to the Irish literary landscape. Read more

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