Dublin on a Plate Great Writing Great Places

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Dublin on a Plate - Great Writing Great Places

Win free tickets to Dublin on a Plate at Fallon & Byrne on 18th October at 6pm.

Dublin on a Plate, is the fourth in the Great Writing - Great Places series, and takes place at Fallon & Byrne, 11 – 17 Exchequer Street, on Tuesday, 18th October at 6.00pm.

To be in with a chance to win free tickets and experience this mouth watering event email your name and telephone number to cityofliterature@dublincity.ie    before 12noon on Friday 14th October.

An evening for foodies, as writers Georgina Campbell, Catherine Cleary and Catherine Fulvio discuss the art of food writing. Enjoy food specially created by executive head chef Tom Meenaghan.

Admission is €20 and booking is essential before 12 noon on Monday 17th October.

A full listing of the series, which brings writers into unusual venues but venues connected with their writing, including booking information is available at www.dublincityofliterature.ie  and www.writing.ie

Organised by Dublin UNESCO City of Literature and www.writing.ie

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Notes to the Editor:

Titles in the series to follow:

A Tale of Terror in the Crypt - Eithne Massey's medieval tale is brought to life in the scary, spooky crypt in Christchurch Cathedral. Tuesday 1st November 2.30pm. Admission: Free. Suitable for children 10+

Matters of Grave Importance - Bringing to life the works of writers Brendan Behan, Gerard Manley Hopkins and Christy Brown who are buried in Glasnevin Cemetery. Museum at Glasnevin Cemetery. 2nd November 7.30pm Admission: Free although booking is essential.

Scales of Justice - crime writers Declan Hughes, Arlene Hunt, Niamh O'Connor and Stuart Neville in the atmospheric surrounds of the Four Courts. 16th November at 6pm. Admission: Free although booking essential.

So Much More Than Shopping Literary treats at the Lost Society in Powerscourt Townhouse Centre with Claudia Carroll, Sinead Moriarty and Sheila O'Flanagan. Special menu available. Saturday 19th November 11am. Admission: Free - does not include food.

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