Tuesday, 27 March 2012


A Galway festival that sounds like great craic.

Friday 30th March
6.30p.m. Opening of the festival with Fiona Clarke Echlin in Sullivans Royal Hotel. Speaker Cllr Bridie Willers
Music by Mary O’Sullivan and Claire Sawtell
8p.m.       Gerry Hanberry reading from his new book on Oscar Wilde’s family
10p.m.     Music Session and craic with Locho Cullen and Fred Johnston in Sullivans Royal Hotel

Saturday 31st March
10a.m.    Poetry Workshop in Sullivans Royal Hotel with Fred Johnston: 10 euros and 7 euros  concession (ALL OTHER EVENTS ARE FREE)
12p.m.    Eddie Lenihan in Gort Public Library
1p.m.     Clare Three Leggéd Stool poets in O’Grady’s Bar and Restaurant
2p.m.     Mary Ellen Fean and Knute Skinner in Sullivans Royal Hotel
4p.m.      ‘I spent yesterday with Kate O’Brien’ a talk by Brian O’Rourke in Sullivans Royal Hotel
5p.m.      A lecture on Æ (George Russell) by Pearl Finn in The Gallery Café
7.30pm. Wine reception at Gort Public Library
8p.m.      Concert in Gort Library with music by harper Siobhán Armstrong and Roisín Elsafty and readings from the poets Ciarán O’Driscoll and Martin Dyar

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