- 06 Nov 18
The festival will run from Thursday, 29th November to Sunday, 2nd December, celebrating the life and legacy of one of Ireland's most famous writers.
This year's festival will include a range of talks, performances and exhibitions across venues in Dublin City.
Among this year's highlights, beloved author and filmmaker, Roddy Doyle, will join one of Ireland's best comedians, Tommy Tiernan, in conversation in Saint Patrick's Cathedral on Thursday, November 29th, while Dave McSavage is set to host comedy event "Swift Laughs" in Dublin's Smock Alley Theatre on Friday, November 30th.
Children's author Dave Rudden will present a retelling of classic Gulliver's Travels in Saint Patrick's on Saturday 1st December with the help of musician Jerry Fish. Later that evening Dublin New Voices will perform "Sounds from Swift's Era" in the beautiful surrounds of the 13th Century Cathedral.