Rita Ann Higgins - a gusty, anarchic chronicler of Irish lives and foibles, whose poems are a witty mix of the erotic and upfront political. Described by Peter Porter as ‘ a quiet untameable poet, Higgins roams the provincial countryside of Ireland fomenting rebellion’.
Featuring readings of Rita Ann’s poems by writers including Elaine Feeney, Mary O'Malley, Sarah Clancy and more to be announced, plus a public interview on her work.
‘Rita Ann Higgins - making the ordinary border on the epic.’ Colette Sheridan.
Duration: 75 mins without interval