What do you look for in a literary festival? And what did you find at ILF Dublin 2017? I found passionate and enquiring audiences, and a tremendous bond between writers and their readers. I felt a desire to explore and experiment
Twenty years after winning the Booker Prize for her debut novel The God of Small Things, Arundhati Roy returns with a brand new novel. We're delighted to welcome her to The RDS on Sun 11 June at 3.30pm to celebrate
After a sold out show in 2016, Yanis Varoufakis returns to ILFDublin to discuss his new book Adults In The Room: My Battle With Europe’s Deep Establishment. To celebrate, we're giving away two pairs of tickets to
We're thrilled to welcome poet, playwright and all-round polymath Inua Ellams to ILFDublin as our artist-in-residence for the 2017 festival. On Sat 20th May, Inua invites you to An Evening with an Immigrant at The Complex at 8pm.
Back in February, we made an open call for a new initiative, Stories from the City, inviting members of the public to propose ideas for events at ILFDublin 2017. We're delighted to confirm eight fantastic events happening throughout the festival.
Ed Vere & Grumpy Frog Sat 20th May, 11am, The Hugh Lane Gallery Twit Twoo School with Lydia Monks Sat 20th May, 2.30pm, The Hugh Lane Gallery Tom Angleberger Mon 22nd May, 11am, Holy Child National School Children's Book