May 2022

Auguste sa Chathair/Auguste in the City, a new play, previewed at the first ever Irish-language cultural festival in Brussels, Éigse na Bruiséile, Saturday 14 May.

Festival information at

March 2022

Opinion piece on European identity and the Roma community published in Irish-language newspaper

September 2021

Panorama Ring Ring

In association with Passa Porta and Kaaitheater Brussels for the autumn festival Sous les pavés / Het Strand

Panorama Ring Ring gives you a unique 360° panoramic view of special locations in and around the Northern Quarter and canal zone, an area of Brussels which is on the eve of radical changes. The stories of Rua Breathnach, Pascal Verbeken, Ubah Cristina Ali Farah or Grażyna Plebanek lead your gaze around the invisible layers that make up the city – from history, politics and economy to culture – and the life stories that emerge from between the cracks.

May 2021

International Festival of Whistleblowing, Dissent and Accountability


HartCoeur collective, Brussels—
featuring Moritz Müller

March 2021

The City Next Door at Passa Porta Festival 2021, Brussels. Multilingual performance of the poem featuring a new translation in Darija by Najoua Bentayeb.

Moïse Ilunga Shimbuyi, Geert van Istendael, Francesco Italiano,
Rua Breathnach, Francesca Spinelli, Awatif Abdellah,
Tom Buron, Rémi Beelprez
Photo: Caroline Lessire

January 2021

Three sections of The City Next Door published in the Italian online journal Nazione Indiana, with translations in Irish, Turkish, and Italian:

December 2020

The City Next Door book signing and public reading, Boutique-Librairie MaelstrÖm 4 1 4, Brussels.

October 2020

A section of The City Next Door translated to Greek by Sarah Thilykou and published in the online literary journal Peri Ou – Περιοδικό Περί Ου :

September 2020

Excerpts from The City Next Door published in the Romanian literary journal Convorbiri Literare, translated to Romanian by Olimpia Iacob.

July-August 2020

Sections of The City Next Door published in the Romanian literary magazine Acolada, translated to Romanian by Olimpia Iacob.