Dates for your Diary

1. A new play – Down in History, by Jack Harte – gets a rehearsed reading  in the New Theatre, 43 East Essex Street, Dublin, on

Thursday, 6th November at 7.30 pm.

A two-hander, presented by actors Gerard Lee and Lesley Conroy, it takes a humorous look at the nature of history. Feedback from the audience is invited.

DBF-Banner-2014-300x300-square2. The Dublin Book Festival 13–16 Nov 2014

has plenty to offer: walking tours, readings, exhibitions, discussion. Check out the programme at http://www.dublinbookfestival.com/

I’m on a Historical Fiction panel with Martina Devlin & Patricia O’Reilly, chaired by Evelyn O’Rourke, in the Boys’ School, Smock Alley (in association with the Irish Writers Centre) on

Friday 14th November 1:05-2:00 pm.

TULCA3.  NEUTRAL, a festival of visual arts curated by Aisling Prior, launches its programme at the TULCA Festival Gallery, Market Street, Galway

Friday, 7th November at 7.30 pm.

It will be officially opened by writer and documentary film-maker Manchán Magan. For more details go to www.tulcafestival.com

 4. Don’t forget the whole month of November is National Novel Writing Month in the UK.  Go to  http://nanowrimo.org/ for more information.

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3 Responses to Dates for your Diary

  1. PHYL HERBERT says:

    Lia, looking forward to hearing the panel discussion on Historical Fiction. I’m particularly interested in hearing about FALLEN.

  2. PHYL HERBERT says:

    Lia, I will look forward to the panel discussion on Historical Fiction on Friday 14th November. Loved your novel FALLEN and want to hear more about it.

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