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Leading literary figures, the many meanings of a daisy, futuristic battles for Earth, honeyed vocals and drumming fun are all up for graps in the entertainment scene in Mayo this weekend.
A tragedy that devastated the island community of Achill almost 80 years ago has moved Killala-based bestselling author Kate Kerrigan to examine love and loss in her newest novel.
Enjoy coffee and cup cakes with Kathleen McMahon and Kate Kerrigan in the Wyatt Hotel on Sunday November 10 at 12 noon.
All literary roads lead to Westport from November 9 to 11 for the third Rolling Sun Festival, a quirky book and literary festival appealing to everyone who has ever enjoyed the written or spoken word. Several events are free of charge, one is specifically for children, another for book clubs. Check rolling-sun-festival on Facebook for full details.
Are you thinking of pursuing a career as a film maker, musician, animator, writer, or architect? If so Mayo County Council Arts Office in partnership with the TF Royal is organising a not to be missed Creative Careers Day. The Creative Careers Day is one of the many events that make up Excel, Mayo County Council’s youth arts programme.
As part of the fund-raising efforts for the Ballina Arts Centre redevelopment campaign, there will be a Meet the Author Brunch in the Downhill Hotel, on Saturday March 21 at 12pm. The event will be hosted by local-based authors Morag Prunty (who sometimes writes as Kate Kerrigan) and Helen Falconer, and will feature best-selling writers Claudia Carroll and Anita Notaro.
Ballina families are rushing to buy their seats for the new state-of-the-art theatre in Ballina Arts Centre of which building is due to start in August of this year. Except they are not buying seats for one show, but for all time. For €500 a seat will be named in honour of your family and for €1,000 you can also be named as a founding member, with your name added to a brass plaque in the foyer of the new building.
A book brunch in aid of the Ballina Arts Centre redevelopment campaign will take place on Saturday March 21 in the Downhill Hotel, Ballina, at 12 noon.
As part of the fund-raising efforts for the Ballina Arts Centre Redevelopment campaign, there will be a Meet the Author Brunch in the Downhill Hotel, tomorrow (Saturday) at 12 noon.
The redevelopment of Ballina Arts Centre launched The Final Push programme last Wednesday. The new state of the art, centre for Ballina has got funding from various sources and those behind the project launched The Final Push in Murphy’s Longnecks during the week. The campaign needs to raise €500,000 locally for the project and they are asking for local support for it. For more information on the redevelopment log on to www.ballinaartscentre.com/redevelopment.