|Date||Thursday October 19th|
|Venue||Clondalkin Round Tower Visitor Centre|
|Admission||€12 / €10|
Halloween is coming so pull up a chair for some terrifying ghost stories. Writer and storyteller Oein DeBhairduain will tell tales from his new book Twiggy Woman and share stories of the Ghosts of South Dublin County!
Oein DeBhairduin is a writer, activist and educator with a passion for preserving the beauty of Traveller tales, sayings, retellings and historic exchanges. He is the author of the award-winning Why the moon travels (Skein Press, 2020), Weave (Skein Press, 2022) and The Slug and The Snail (Little Island & Skein Press, 2023). He is the Traveller Culture Collections Development Officer with the National Museum of Ireland and seeks to pair community activism with cultural celebration, recalling old tales with fresh modern connections and, most of all, he wishes to rekindle the hearth fires of a shared kinship.