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don’t miss
Watt

Watt

Wed 4 - Sat 7 Mar, 8pm

★★★★★ The Reviews Hub
★★★★ Time Out

Back after 2019’s sold-out run, Watt tells the story of a nomadic manservant in the house of his unseen master as adapted and performed by Barry McGovern.

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The State of Home

The State of Home

Thu 26 Mar, 7pm

Venue: dlr LexIcon

Ramallah in reflection: Going Home: A Walk Through Fifty Years of Occupation is Raja Shehadeh’s absorbing account of a day-long walk through Ramallah, his Palestinian home, on the anniversary of its occupation.

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Apeirogon

Apeirogon

Fri 27 Mar, 7pm

Venue: Pavilion Theatre

Meet bestselling author Colum McCann as he joins us for a discussion of his most ambitious work to date, Apeirogon - named for a shape with a countably infinite number of sides

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My name is Why - Lemn Sissay

My name is Why - Lemn Sissay

Fri 27 Mar

Venue: Pavilion Theatre

Lemn Sissay, in conversation with Evelyn O’Rourke, will reflect on his childhood in care, on self-expression and Britishness; exploring the care system, race, family and the meaning of home and celebrating the redemptive power of creativity.

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Platform Seven

Platform Seven

Sun 29 Mar, 2.30pm

Venue: dlr LexIcon

Join author Louise Doughty in conversation with Madeleine Keane about her writing career, including her latest novel, Platform Seven, a gripping, brilliant, original & eerily-timely novel.

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This is Happiness

This is Happiness

Sun 29 Mar, 6.30pm

Venue: dlr LexIcon

Join Niall Williams, acclaimed author of Man Booker-long listed History of the Rain and author of the most enchanting novel you’ll read this year, This is Happiness which is set in 1950s Ireland with the coming of electricity.