- 14 May 19
The celebration is part of a number of events hosted by the International Literature Festival Dublin.
The International Literature Festival Dublin is to host a celebration of Kate Bush's work after the release of her lyric collection, How To Be Invisible, in late 2018.
It will take place in the O'Reilly Theatre in Belvedere college.
Kate Bush's career has spanned four decades where her high-energy performances, profound and rich lyrics and experimental melodies have been lauded since her first single in 1978, Wuthering Heights.
The celebration will feature a number of close collaborators of Bush as well as performers with a similar edge to the whimsical singer and will an evening of readings, songs and discussions.
Arts journalist Siobhan Kane will be joined by Del Palmer and Dónal Lunny. Palmer was an original member of the KT Bush band who toured with Kate in 1979. He is credited as an engineer in both many of Bush's albums including Hounds of Love and The Sensual World.
Dónal Lunny who invented the Irish bouzouki played his instrument in a number of her songs such as Jig of Life, Night of The Swallow, Hello Earth and more.
Performances include music producer David Kitt as well as singer-song writer Katie Kim whose new album, Salt, was shortlisted for the Choice Music Prize. Dublin-based musician Aoife Nessa Frances will also be performing.
More acts are expected to be announced.
You can book tickets online here