An evening of words and music exploring love in 21st Century Ireland. What has changed for the better in the last two decades, what for the worse? What more needs to be done? And what is love anyway?
Featuring the work of two award-winning dramatists, Philip St John and Phillip McMahon, and conversations with celebrated American feminist writer Jessa Crispin and Senator Ivana Bacik, plus a torch-song trio led by one of Ireland’s premier jazz musicians, Ronan Guilfoyle.
Doors open at 7pm. Refreshments available.
If you are arriving by car or taxi please access Farmleigh through the Phoenix Park main gates. Do not use the route suggested by Google Maps as this will take you to a pedestrian entrance only.