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Launch of International Literature Festival Dublin

10th April, 2016
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Jim Culleton, Jack Gilligan and Padraig Burke Pic: Brian McEvoy

Dublin is internationally renowned for its writers, thinkers and lyricists and the city forms the perfect stage for the 19th International Literature Festival Dublin, which this year runs from May 21 to 29. The programme was launched last week, unveiling more than 80 events in 21 venues over nine days.

The programme of the world’s largest Gay Theatre Festival was launched last week by Minister Aodhán Ó Ríordáin, celebrating a century of LGBT heroes. “2016 not only allows us...

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