Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Festival Newsletter September 2012

Download: Festival Newsletter September 2012 (.pdf file)

Due to some minor technical problems, this issue has been somewhat delayed.

The pocket size festival brochure will be available this week. It's the ideal way to get a summary and a full overview. Browse events, plan a visit and share with friends.

Check online for more detailed information and all the background on artists and performers. Our website has some new features and a lot of additional content.

You can download a schedule from our programme page (pdf version). More details and handy tips will be posted as news items in the coming weeks.

Bridge House is now a vibrant artists community; we have 11 resident artists who have setup studio and are using this as there work place. During the festival studios will be open (at specific times) to the public and a selection of work will be exhibited in the gallery. Of course, Bridge House is also the festival's new home. Our information office opens on Wednesday 5 September. Daily from 10 to 1 and again from 3 to 6. On Saturdays from 1 to 5 and closed on Sunday.
Bo Mandeville, director

Festival Events

Annabel Pitcher will coach teens in a creative writing workshop

Liam Ó'Maonlaí; headline of the new Saturday Music Event by the stunning Lookout

Toireasa Rock will be our "resident coach" and help people to "speak to inspire" in the workshops

Gilles Servat; unique performance with storytelling and some of his best songs.

Judi Curtin will sign books in Eason's on Thursday 27 September at 5.30 pm
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