A Tale of Terror in the Crypt Great Writing Great Places

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As part of the Great Writing Great Places series, Dublin UNESCO City of Literature has great pleasure in presenting A Tale of Terror in the Crypt.

This spooktacular event will take place on Tuesday, 1st November, at 2.30pm in the The Crypt, Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin and is recommended for children over the age of 10. Booking is not necessary and admission is FREE.

Popular Irish children’s author, Eithne Massey, will bring Where the Stones Sing, her  medieval tale of ghosts and witchcraft to life in the scary, spooky surrounds of the crypt in Christ Church Cathedral.

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


Notes to the Editor:

Titles in the series to follow:

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 though booking essential.

Scales of Justice - crime writers Declan Hughes, Arlene Hunt, Niamh O'Connor and Stuart Neville in the atmospheric surrounds of the Four Courts. 16 November 6pm Adm: Free though 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. Sat 19 Nov 11am. Admission: Free - does not include food.