Calendar

6 October 2017
2pm - 4pm

Literary Lock In

Have you the first draft of a novel hidden away? A collection of semi complete poems pushed to the back of a cupboard? Ever wished you could find an excuse to lock yourself away and scribble on to your hearts content? The first Lock In of the year takes pl

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4 October 2017
7.30

EGM/Mixeasy

https://www.facebook.com/events/133389287403924/

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26 September 2017
9 March 2017
7pm

A.G.M.

Revolution is coming! As we say goodbye to this year's committee we will hail in the new! Who will sit in Cair Paravel? Who will take the Iron Throne? Bring your litsoc member cards and you could have your say.

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20 February 2017
12pm

LitFest

Our Annual Week-Long Literary Festival is taking place this week, with New Writer Readings, Genre Debates. Prose and Poetry Workshops, Publishing Panels and More! Check out our blog for the full timetable: http://tcdlitsoc.com/index.php/blog/detail/week-6-

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15 February 2017
4pm

Book Crawl

Be educated in the literary world of Dublin as those in litsoc give you a tour (and a treasure map) around the bookshops and literary hubs of Dublin.

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8 February 2017
7pm

Thomas Morris in Conversation

Thomas Morris, award winning author, editor of The Stinging Fly and past chair of LitSoc, joins us to share his wisdom and read from his short story collection We Don't Know What We're Doing.

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7 February 2017
6.30pm

Lost In Austen Regency Party

Celebrate Jane Austen in style with some regency fun and games at our Jane Austen party!

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25 January 2017
7.30pm

Bad Book Bingo

We'll be electing a new Secretary (and possibly an OCM!) as well as playing a game of Bad Book Bingo!

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19 January 2017
7pm

Speakeasy

Litsoc are hosting their first Speakeasy of Hilary Term! Why not celebrate the submission of those essays with some fantastic art and literature!

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14 December 2016
11am

Christmas Coffee Hours with DUGES

We are teaming up with DUGES (Dublin University Gender Equality Society) for extended Christmas themed Coffee Hours.

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13 December 2016
7pm

Literary Lock-In

Do you like writing? Do you like Mince Pies? Do you want an excuse to leave the Ussher Basement? If so then pop along to our Lock-In event this Tuesday in Vis Arts, where you can take a break from essays to do a spot of creative writing.

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8 December 2016
7pm
29 November 2016
6pm

Songs of Ice and Fire

It's our super special event we've been strongly hinting at for the past few weeks! We're so excited we can now reveal our top secrets to you all...

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24 November 2016
7pm

Shadowlands: CS Lewis Screening with Laurentian Soc

A cosy little screening of a film on CS Lewis's later life, love and marriage. Starring Anthony Hopkins and Debra Winger.

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23 November 2016
7pm

Speakeasy

Lit Soc is happy to present our second Speakeasy of the year!

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22 November 2016
7pm

Wilde’s Women: Discussion with Eleanor Fitzsimons

Wilde's Women explores Oscar Wilde's relationships with hugely significant women in Irish and British society, and their influence on his life and work.

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15 November 2016
3pm

Claire Hennessy in Conversation

LitSoc is delighted to be awarding Claire Hennessy with Honorary Patronage on Tuesday November 15th, at 3pm in the Eliz Room.

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27 October 2016
8pm
24 October 2016
3pm

NaNoWriMo Workshop

National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) is a fun, seat-of-your-pants approach to creative writing. On November 1, participants begin working towards the goal of writing a 50,000-word novel by 11:59 PM on November 30.

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21 October 2016
3pm

An Audience with Sage Francis

Join us for a conversation with the incredible rapper, spoken-word artist and Lingo headliner Sage Francis.

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20 October 2016
2pm

LitSoc Book-Bombing

Creating a whole book in an afternoon?? Yes, you heard us right! Come join us for a writing workshop where the fruits of your creative labour will be spread all over campus in the form of mini "book bombs."

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18 October 2016
7pm

An Evening with Paul Murray

Join us for a discussion with the award winning author of Skippy Dies, The Mark and the Void, and An Evening of Long Goodbyes.

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13 October 2016
7pm

‘The Lost Play of Louis MacNeice’ Presented by Eadaoin Lynch

While researching in the NY public library, Eadaoin Lynch (a past LitSocialite) stumbled upon a rare find: a manuscript, never before published, by Irish poet and playwright Louis MacNeice...

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6 October 2016
7pm

Your Fave is Problematic! Discussion and EGM

Buckle up LitSocialites, as we intend to destroy everyone’s childhoods, joy, and general sense of personal integrity in a discussion of all the terrible teachings and meanings in your favourite popular culture.

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4 October 2016
7pm

An Evening with Marita Conlon McKenna

We will be awarding the beloved author of, among many others, Under the Hawthorn Tree, The Blue Horse, and Rebel Sisters with Honorary Patronage of the society, followed by a Q&A session.

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28 September 2016
7pm

LITERARY LOCK-IN

After the madness of freshers week, come along and join the Trinity Literary Society for an evening of calm scrivening. We will be providing snacks and you will be providing the wonderful words.

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Freshers Week With LitSoc

A week of varied events with something to suit everyone's taste.

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