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Dublin: One City, One Book - ‘Gallous Stories and Dirty D...
Dublin: One City, One Book - ‘Gallous Stories and Dirty Deeds’ – Synge and Irish Theatre can be found here:

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National Library of Ireland
Kildare St
Dublin 2
Ireland
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Kildare St, Dublin, 2, Ireland

The National Library of Ireland is holding three events as part of the Dublin: One City One Book festival which takes place in April. The festival celebrates one novel; this year it is Joseph O’Connor’s Ghost Light which tells the story of the relationship between JM Synge and Molly Allgood.

A selection of images from the Library's theatre collections relating to the themes of Ghostlight will be on display in the Joly Café in April.

Dr Patrick Lonergan of NUI Galway is Director of the Synge Summer School. He reviews theatre for 'The Irish Times' and 'Irish Theatre Magazine'. His most recent book, 'J.M. Synge and Modern Irish Drama' was published last year.

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06 April 2011 to 06 April 2011
7pm
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Free admission
 
 
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