€75.02

Echoes - Maeve Binchy and Irish Writers

Event Information

Share this event

Date and Time

Location

Location

Dalkey Castle & Heritage Centre

Castle Street

Dalkey

A96 DE61

Ireland

View Map

Refund Policy

Refund Policy

Refunds up to 30 days before event

Friends Who Are Going
Event description

Description

Admission: €85 Early Bird Ticket Available until midnight on 7th August - €70

EVENT PROGRAMME - FRIDAY 30th SEPTEMBER 2017

Maeve Binchy, her lasting appeal
Prof Margaret Kelleher
Chair of Anglo-Irish Literature UCD

Can journalism lead to creative writing?
Joseph O’Connor and Martina Devlin

Maeve’s Times
Roisin Ingle (Irish Times) in conversation with Sarah Binchy

**********************************************************

The Irish Writer in Foreign Parts
(Maeve Binchy, James Joyce and Flann O’Brien)
Dr John Mc Court, (Università di Macerata),Trieste

When Beckett met Binchy (Maeve Binchy short story)
Barry Mc Govern and Margaret Toomey
The role of the playwright in the rehearsal room (Discussion)
Annabelle Comyn and Jim Culleton

Maeve Binchy in Sweden
Gunilla Sondell Editor, Norstedt Sweden
Maeve Binchy in the UK
Christine Green, Literary Agent

Maeve - A Legacy in Laughter
Bernard Farrell (Playwright)

Maeve Binchy’s work echoes around the world. Her books were translated into 37 languages.

Echoes celebrates the work of Maeve Binchy and other renowned Irish writers. It takes place in the coastal, heritage town of Dalkey.

Echoes traces Maeve Binchy’s literary path which took her from letter- writing to journalism and on to becoming an internationally acclaimed author.

The programme also explores common threads with other major writers, all of whom were associated with Dublin and Dalkey.

Join us for thought provoking talks, walks, debates, interviews and theatrical events from 29th to 30th September 2017.





Share with friends

Date and Time

Location

Dalkey Castle & Heritage Centre

Castle Street

Dalkey

A96 DE61

Ireland

View Map

Refund Policy

Refunds up to 30 days before event

Save This Event

Event Saved