Monday, 14 July 2008

Eileen Casey and Enda Coyle-Greene


Two lovely ladies and you can get to hear them read. Get thee to Offaly.

Wednesday 16 July @ 6.30 pm
Poetry Ireland in association with the Phoenix Festival poetry night present Eileen Casey and Enda Coyle-Greene.

Admission: ¤8/5

The Millenium Room, The Bridge House, Tullamore, Co Offaly

8 comments:

podpilot said...

Thanks for the events posts, Emerging. Is there some way to email you details of a series of upcoming play readings in Temple Bar?

BarbaraS said...

Enda is also work-shopping tomorrow as part of the Dundalk Summer Writing School; an event that we hope to grow over the years. Her specialty will be writing for radio - busy, busy!

Emerging Writer said...

Thanks for that info Barbara. Is it advertised elsewhere? I haven't noticed it. And if you want me to workshop next year, drop me a line...

BarbaraS said...

Sounds like a plan, EW! You're on. We've had a really good turn out for the first year, a baker's dozen :)

We kept it local for this year, a pilot, seeing what the interest was like. I'm hoping we can grow this into a bigger writing festival as the years progress!

Emerging Writer said...

If anyone wants to email me details of events, free tickets, money, whatever, just post a comment and, if you want, ask me not to publish it. It comes to my private email and I can send you a reply. I'm always happy to pass the word on literary/wordy stuff.

podpilot said...

Thanks, Emerging. My (Fin Keegan's) play is being read at the event below. Here are the details...

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SUMMER WRITING WORKSHOPS 2008
Free Public Readings at Project Arts Centre

19 July 2008, 1 PM [Fin Keegan: Emerging writer fan!]
19 July 2008, 3 PM [Daniel Kelley]
26 July 2008, 1 PM [Christiaan Feehan and Shawn Sturnick]
26 July 2008, 3 PM [Jesse Weaver]

A FREE but ticketed event.

Tickets can be reserved in person at Project Box Office
or by phone at: (+353)(0)1-881-9613
More at http://www.paintedfilly.com/contact.htm

Emerging Writer said...

Hi podpilot, have a great reading. Let me know how you got on. How did you get involved?

Give us a little more notice for your next event. It's a hectic schedule this month

podpilot said...

Appreciate the good wishes, EW! The play will be read by actors from Painted Filly, a Dublin-based company who have staged several of my short plays before: that's the connection. They invited me to workshop full-length material.