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Stories, songs, craic, and Cúirt

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WILD STORIES, outrageous incidents, music, and irreverent shenanigans will take place in the Róisín Dubh this Sunday, to bring the Cúirt festival to a high spirited close.

The Cabin Collective @ Róisín Dubh

THE CABIN Collective round off a brilliant year with a Christmas concert in the Róisín Dubh this Saturday at 8pm.

Alan McMonagle’s Psychotic Episodes

ALAN MCMONAGLE, the Sligo born, Galway based, short story writer, will launch his new book Psychotic Episodes, as part of the Cúirt festival.

Get a Cúirt author to read in your kitchen

Alongside the traditional readings in the Town Hall and book launches, the Cúirt festival will also reach out to the public with a series of imaginative events and gatherings.

Creative writing classes with Fred Johnston

THE AUTHOR, poet, critic, and songwriter Fred Johnston will hold a creative writing class in NUI Galway in October and bookings are being taken now.

Galway author to launch debut short story collection in Town Hall

Galway author Mary Costello will launch her new collection of short stories The China Factory at The Town Hall Theatre this Saturday at 12 noon as part of the Cúirt festival.

Cúirt theatre reviews - Perve and Breathing Corpses

AS PART of the Cúirt festival, the Nuns Island Theatre is hosting a theatrical double bill featuring work from two rising stars of today’s generation of playwrights - Stacy Gregg and Laura Wade.

Cúirt festival to be opened by Garry Hynes on Tuesday

The end of April will see books, readings, writers, prose, poetry, and theatre celebrated and enjoyed throughout the city when the Cúirt festival begins next week.

Cúirt New Writing Prize winners announced

Moycullen’s Kevin O’Shea has taken first place in poetry and Dublin born, Galway based, Eamonn Kelly has won the fiction category in the Cúirt New Writing Prize 2012.

The poetry book to bring everywhere with you

TIME WAS that British poetry was the preserve dusty old English professors and eccentric maiden aunts, with the occasional hippy chick in floral dress or angry young man in black French polo neck thrown in.

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