2022 Camping- ONE TENT- ticket Borris House Festival of Writing and Ideas

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Borris House

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Borris

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Old school camping where you bring your own tent, and take it away again and reuse it lots of times.

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Camping in your own tent is being offered to those holding event tickets, on the grounds of Borris House. The campsite location will be within a few minutes stroll of the festival, with access to a shower and lavatory, and a source of drinking water, as well as security to keep an eye on your things. There will be not source of main electricity in the campsite, so bring your own torchlight, and back-up battery-packs for phones etc.

YOU MUST PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS TO THE FESTIVAL SEPARATELY, EITHER WEEKEND PASSES OR DAY PASSES.

Price: €45 per tent, (bring your own), and you must check in at box office on arrival in order to be sited. Camping is €45 regardless of how many nights you stay, and how large or small your tent is. Campsite opens at 3pm Friday and closes 7.30pm Sunday. Your vehicles can be parked nearby but not in the campsite.

For questions email info@festivalofwritingandideas.com

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Borris House

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The postponed ninth edition of The Festival of Writing & Ideas will take place September 18th to 20th 2020, bringing together some of the most intriguing international minds – novelists, journalists, film-makers, poets, theatre directors, war correspondents, biographers, artists and political commentators – for a weekend of stimulating dialogue and discussion. 

Borris Festival has become known for its languid and laid-back feel, and for its extraordinary line up of speakers.

“One of the friendliest, most stimulating literary festivals in the world.” – Ian McEwan

“Manages to retain all the charm of a smaller gathering where people are here because they fancy it, not because they are selling a book.” – Mariella Frostrup 

Selected as Best Literary Festival in the World 2019 by The Telegraph and Net-a-Porter

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