'Up and At It': Brendan Kennelly - A Life in Poetry: Thursday February 18th at 7.30 pm.
The International Literature Festival Dublin takes place from 20th to 30th May 2021 with a truly international line-up of over 120 authors & artists from 26 countries. Book yourself in for live online talks, readings, performances, self-guided audio walks, podcasts & more! There’s something for everyone at www.ilfdublin.com. Courtesy of International Literature Festival Dublin.
For the first time in its distinguished history, the School will be delivered online, offering lectures and seminars on a weekly basis between June 18th and August 6th 2021. Download the full programme here: https://www.yeatssociety.com/yeats-summer-school/ Lectures will need to be booked via EventBrite: https://www.eventbrite.ie/.../62nd-yeats-international... Lectures: €10 each All ten lecturers: €85 Five lectures: €45 SEMINAR BOOKING […]
On Thursday, 12 August, at 7pm, MoLI, in partnership with the Embassy and Consulates General of Ireland in the UK, presents the online launch of A History of Irish Women's Poetry, a ground-breaking and comprehensive account of Irish women's poetry from earliest times to the present day. The event will feature the book's editors, Ailbhe […]
Friday, October 1st at 7pm in Cill Aodáin Hotel Kiltimagh. Shortlist: Daragh Byrne – As it is in Heaven Art O’Suilleabhan – No Going back John McGrath – Leaving (July 1st 1966) The winner will be announced and the prizes presented by the competition judge, Ger Reidy, on Friday October 1st in The Cill Aodain […]
The Little Prince is a novella by french aviator and writer Antoine de Saint -Exupéry. This well loved children’s book, first published in 1943, has sold over 140 million copies. The story follows a young prince who visits various planets in space, including Earth, and addresses themes of loneliness, friendship, love, and loss. Come join […]