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The Midlands Arts and Culture Magazine, which is in its 18th edition is out now with all your arts and culture news from counties Offaly, Laois, Longford, and Westmeath - and better still is free.
PORTUMNA’S 2012 Shorelines Arts Festival will be officially opened this evening at 6pm, paving the way for a weekend of music, poetry, theatre, film, and children’s events.
IT WAS at a meeting at 11am, on what seems like an age ago in Chris Williams’s restaurant The Brasserie in William Street that the idea of Cúirt, Fred Johnston’s brainchild, was first floated.
IAN RANKIN, JOYCE Carol Oates, Colum McCarthy, and The New Yorker’s Deborah Treisman, will take part in this year’s Cúirt International Festival of Literature, which returns from Tuesday April 20 to Sunday 25.
The Arts Office of Kilkenny County Council is calling for submissions for the publication of the tenth issue of the very popular Kilkenny poetry broadsheet.
PAT BORAN’S childhood memoir The Invisible Prison belies the now traditional ‘miserable Catholic childhood’ narrative which has become endemic in modern Irish writing and which found its epitome in Frank McCourt’s Angela’s Ashes.