This week saw the unveiling of our cultural programme I Love My City, which is full of engaging, evocative and intimate events and happenings. These will be curated and staged by the Festival in some of Dublin’s most beautiful, historic and prestigious cultural events and spaces.
Now in its fourth year, the programme was officially launched on Wednesday in Grand Canal Square by the Minister for Arts, Heritage and The Gaeltacht, along with multi-instrumentalist, producer and synthesist Glenn P Keating, and DJ Sally Cinnamon.
There will be 18 headline events featuring established and emerging Irish and international artists from a variety of disciplines including literature, music, film, spoken word, visual art, design and more.
Particular highlights of this year’s programme include the Ultimate Sunday in Belvedere House when I Love My City will bring the Sunday papers to life through talks, interviews, live music, comedy, games, films and more. Other events include; Bia Beatha at the Guinness Storehouse, a unique dining experience celebrating Irish cuisine and culture in a setting filled with old world charm, the BoNs Synth Ensemble, a debut musical performance by Glenn P Keating at Freemasons’ Hall Molesworth Street and a special screening of The Snapper plus Q&A with acclaimed Irish actor Colm Meaney which will take place in the appropriate surrounds of the Pillar Room in Dublin’s Rotunda Hospital. A1 Sharon!
Events presented over the 4 days of the Festival (14th to 17th March) are either FREE ticketed or PAID ticketed. Click here to see the full list of events.