Wednesday 26th October 7-8pm
“Can you hear the birds, St. Francis?”
Multi-visual, performative dance ritual by Drogheda based artist Vivienne Byrne, in which the artist speaks on behalf of the birds to the beloved St Francis.
Thursday 27th 7-9pm
Currently touring libraries and venues around the country, Paul Timoney will be reading and performing selections from his animated stories “Timo’s Tales” See http://www.timostales.com/
Friday 28th 4-6pm
“The Art of Bibliomancy”
Monica Flynn in collaboration with the LFTT will be giving a divination and bibliomancy workshop around questions of private and public agency on the fringes of subjective ‘presence’. The workshop will incorporate experiments in stillness and cesation in both charged and meditative atmospheres.
Saturday 29th 2-4pm
“Storm Center” (1956)
Afternoon Movie Mattinee.
Bette Davis as a renegade librarian fighting against censorship and bureaucracy in 1950’s America. Warning* this movie contains blatant political bias which the LFTT feels do not pose a danger to the average conscious human being.
Saturday 29th 5-8pm
Informal traditional music session to celebrate the closure of the LFTT library (in its current state). Ceol agus craic! Budding seanachai’s and dangerous foot lifting welcome.
All events are free with a suggested donation of 5 euro for Saturdays events. BYOB
Broadstone Studios, 22 Harcourt Terrace, Dublin 2