Sunday Sessions — 6 May, Books Upstairs, Dublin                                                                                  Autonomy Anthology launch — 26 April, Hanna Sheehy-Skeffington Building, UCD Dublin                            Autonomy Anthology launch — 15 April, Books Upstairs, Dublin                                                                           Staccato Spoken Word Night — 11 April, Toners, Dublin                                                                             Banshee Issue 6 launch — 11 April, The Winding Stair, Dublin  


Poem of the Week on Near FM — 25 Sept, Dublin and nationwide                                                               Poetry Ireland on Culture Night — 22 Sept, Poetry Ireland HQ, Dublin                                                       Writer's Salon @ Listowel Writers' Week — 3 Jun, Listowel, Co. Kerry                                                         Trocaire Poetry Ireland Poetry Competition Awards — 24 May, Dublin                                                                  Poetry Day Ireland — 27 Apr, Raheny Library, Dublin                                                                                          The Tangerine Issue One Launch — 15 Mar, Books Upstairs, Dublin                                                                   WomenXBorders for International Women's Day — 11 Mar, Irish Writers' Centre, Dublin


Some Christmas Lit Thing — 19 Dec, The Liquor Rooms, Dublin                                                                 Staccato Spoken Word Night — 30 Nov, Dublin                                                                                             Oxford Brookes International Poetry Competition Awards, with Dalgit Nagra — 25 Nov, Oxford                 The Magazine Social @ Dublin Book Festival — 13 Nov, The Grand Social, Dublin                                     Poetry Ireland on Culture Night — 16 Sept, Dublin Castle                                                                                   The London Magazine Poetry Prize Awards — 25 Aug, 2016, London                                                             Trocaire Poetry Ireland Poetry Competition Awards — 26 May, National Library of Ireland, Dublin


Writer's Block — Near FM — 9 Oct, Dublin and nationwide
Dromineer Literary Festival - 3 Oct, Tipperary
Nighthawks Arts Collective @ Arena — RTE Radio One — 21 Aug, nationwide
The Monday Echo — 13 July, MVP, Dublin
Summer Shot — 11 July, The Workman's Club, Dublin
At The Edge – Reading & Open Mic — 23 June, Cavan
Cúirt International Festival of Literature — Cúirt Grand Slam — 23 April, Galway
Arena Arts Show — RTE Radio One — 19 Mar, nationwide
Double Shot @ Books Upstairs — 18 Mar, Dublin
Over the Edge Writer’s Gathering — 13 Mar, Galway
Cork Spring Poetry Festival — 12 Feb, Cork


Book Launch – How To Lose Your Home & Save Your Life @ The Workman’s Club, 14 Nov, Dublin

Allingham Creative Arts & Literary Festival – 8 Nov, Abbey Arts Centre, Ballyshannon
Ó Bhéal Poetry Reading & Open Mic – 27 Oct, Cork
Over The Edge / Culture Night at Kenny’s Bookshop – 19 Sept, Galway
Dublin Writers’ Festival: Poetry Ireland Introductions Series – 21 May, Dublin
The Pickled Body 1.2: Amuse-Bouche – Poetry Journal launch – 12 April, Dublin
Dublin Underground Beat presents Wicked Women’s Week – 26 Feb – Dublin
The Ash Sessions, Cover of Love – 9 Feb – Dublin


Big Smoke Writing Factory Winter Literary Cafe, with Dave Lordan & Jessica Traynor – Dublin


Irish Writers’ Centre 20th Anniversary Celebration, with Sebastian Barry – Dublin
Over The Edge Open Reading (May), with Rita Ann Higgins & Seamus Scanlan – Galway


Private Fund-raising Event, with Julie Feeney – Sugar Club, Dublin


Irish Writers’ Centre / Culture Night – Dublin
West Cork Literary Festival 2009 / Fish Anthology Launch – Cork


praise for poetry performances

I first saw Angela Carr perform some of her poems at Poetry Ireland Introductions, as part of the Dublin Writers’ Festival, in the Irish Writers Centre last year. Her performance and her words held the audience electrified. Speaking from a personal perspective, her poems on that occasion captured all the rage and sorrow of a generation of young people caught in the fall of the Irish Celtic Tiger and living with its economic consequences. The acumen of her words touched a nerve that all who heard her felt and shuddered.
— Valerie Bistany, Director of Irish Writers' Centre, Dublin