The Franco-Irish Literary Festival begins on the 15th April 2021 and will run until the 17th April 2021.
Check out the Programme where our own Dr Julie Rodgers will take part as a panel interviewer on the topic of Mother Earth.
The Festival’s aim is to widen and enhance the long-standing friendship that exists between Ireland, France and other French-speaking countries. It welcomes writers in both the English and Irish languages, together with writers of the wider francophone world. Each year the festival presents a central theme and writers, professionals or artists are given the opportunity to exchange experiences and ideas on the subject in an informal setting. Panel discussions, interviews, readings, signings and exhibitions take place over the 3 days of the Festival: an opening night on Friday evening at The French Library with a performance or a screening / Full day on Saturday at Dublin Castle with the main events, book sales and various exhibitors / a closing literary brunch on Sunday at Alliance Française Dublin.
For its 21th edition, the Festival will take place online from 15 to 17 April 2021 on the theme “Making A Better World” with a very special line-up of guests and events!