• Lingo Festival 2015

    Ireland’s first and only spoken world festival, Lingo returns to Dublin from Friday, October 16 to Sunday, October 18 to for another week of exceptional performances from fresh voices and spoken word masters from Ireland and much further afield. Organised by some of the Dublin’s most attuned independent promoters, arts curators and spoken word artists, this year’s outing boasts everyone from headliner extraordinaire Saul Williams and experimental poet and playwright Dylan Coburn Gray to UK poet and spoken word artist Hollie McNish and Derry-based performance poet Abby Oliveira. Go here to read our new interview with Saul Williams and here to check…

  • An Evening with Susan Howe @ Belvedere House, Dublin

    One of the preeminent poets of her generation, Susan Howe will take part in an evening of reading and conversation at Dublin’s Belvedere House on Sunday, June 14. Just two days before Bloomsday, Howe will read from her extensive body of work and delve into insight of her deep Irish roots and the contours of 20th and 21st Century poetry at the event, a highlight from this year’s Bloomsday Festival. Tickets are available to purchase here; times run from 6pm to 8pm.