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This Saturday, October 17th the Red Line Book Festival hosts a Readers Day at the Civic Theatre.

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The intimate day of readings will feature award winning authors Jennifer Johnston, Mary Costello, Martina Devlin, Michael O’Loughlin, Carlo Gébler and Hugo Hamiliton talking about their experiences with their fathers, and popular broadcaster Joe Duffy, who recently launched his new book Children of the Rising.

The event will be chaired by Dermot Bolger, one of Ireland’s best known writers, starts at 10.15am and runs to 4.00pm in the main auditorium in Tallaght’s Civic Theatre. Admission is €10/€8 and seats are limited. Bookings for this increasingly popular event can be made by phoning the booking office at the Civic Theatre on (01) 462 7477 or by e-mail to boxoffice@civictheatre.ie.

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