The IMRAM programme of events celebrates Irish language, culture and literature and will take place at Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin 8, from 18–21 October and 10–18 November.

Some of the main highlights of the festival include, ‘Rabhadh gan Ghíomh’ which is an exploration of the climate crisis, curated by composer Úna Monaghan.

Cathal Póirtéir’s study of life in 19th Century Donegal will also be featured along with the one-woman play ‘Feisteas an tSaoil’ which is a bi-lingual poetic celebration of women’s lives through the social changes of the 20th Century.

IMRAM works to put Irish language literature in the nation’s public life, supporting writers and publishers by promoting the sale of books and provoking debates.

For the full details of the festival programme can be found at

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