ECHOES: Maeve Binchy & Irish Writers Festival

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Dalkey Castle & Heritage Centre, Friday 6th October - Sunday 8th October

Maeve Binchy & Irish Writers ECHOES Festival 2023 celebrates the role standing together plays in success. Across fiction, non-fiction, stage and screen, ECHOES 2023 unites some of our finest contemporary creative voices to share their stories.

A day of conversations & readings featuring: Francis Brennan, Aingeala Flannery, Edel Coffey, Emer McLysaght, Donal Fallon, Clodagh Finn, Nicola Tallant, Jim Culleton, Dominic Dromgoole, Karina Molloy, Maeve O’Rourke, Ian Robertson, Katie Hannon, Neil Hegarty, Caroline Erskine, Madeleine Keane, Lia Mills, Christine Dwyer Hickey, Andrew Hughes, Niall MacMonagle, Oliver Callan, Sarah Binchy & Gordon Snell. Readings from Maeve’s work by Deirdre O’Kane & Lise-Ann McLaughlin.


Date:
Friday 6th October - Sunday 8th October
Time:
Varies
Price:
From €18.95
Address:
Dalkey Castle & Heritage Centre, Castle Street, Dalkey, County Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of Dalkey Castle & Heritage Centre, Castle Street, Dalkey, County Dublin, Ireland

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