Ballyfermot Writers Group, which is based in Ballyfermot Library, and is only one year old, has won the opportunity to hold an official Stories in the City event called, Between the Bookcases, in the upcoming International Literature Festival Dublin 2017.
It takes place in Ballyfermot library on 24th May 2017.
Refreshments at 6. p.m. Show starts promptly at 6.30 p.m.
Comedian / Writer, Kevin Gildea, has been chosen by the festival to mentor Ballyfermot Writer’s Group and help them plan and organise the event.
The event is an evening of songs, stories and sketches and is a celebration of writing groups across the city.
“I dreamt of you last night and I fell out of bed twice.’
Above: Shelagh Delaney in New York in 1961, with Brendan Behan, during a run of her Broadway play.
Performers on the night include –
- Kevin Gildea, Comedian / Writer
- Rap Artist Nugget
- Members of Ballyfermot Writers Group
- Singer/Songwriter Daveyinthevalley
- Poet Kenneth Nolan
- Local History Author Ken Larkin
- Sci-Fi Author Harry Browne
- Author Doctor Ciara Conway (who has a book forthcoming on Abbey Actresses of the 1930s)
- And other special guests!
- MC for the evening; Author / Playwright Declan Geraghty.
The official Poster and link are to follow when they are to hand.
Why not start to write creatively?
Ballyfermot Writers Group (adults)
Meets every second Wednesday in Ballyfermot Library, Room 3.
From 6.30 p.m. – 7.45 p.m. New members welcome. From beginners to advanced.
Next meeting: Wednesday 18th January 2017
How it Works:
Unholster your pencil and write creatively on the spot to a bespoke, tinselled prompt given out on the night. Then read what you’ve written to the group for lavish praise, iridescent bouquets and international awards 🙂 Or bring pre-prepared writing along and read that if you wish. The choice is yours.
For more details contact: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Or just turn up on the night with your own pencil.
Read the second installment of my Christmas double bill at the tinselled link below.
‘The Woman Who Shagged Christmas’ by Camillus John
This story is based on the Greek legend of Cassandra and Apollo – read it on Wikipedia- so don’t blame me! 🙂
Dedicated to the heros of ’16 – the Apollo House Activists.
We’re living through some truly beautiful times indeed.
🙂 🙂 🙂
What’s the difference between eating a Princess and eating a McDonald’s Happy meal?
Find out in my Christmas story available now on Fictive Dream!
The Woman Who Ate A Whole Princess
Goes well with this track from The Fall –
Dublin was the European City of Culture in 1991 – and I’ve got the photo (and T-shirt!) to prove it.
I called this work at the time, Groin Frosties with Jazzy hand.
Now that’s how you stick it to the man. 🙂
I should have grown up to be Tracy Emin, really.
Turner Prize, here I come!
I’m really buffed and sparkled to a blinding iridescence to be published on alt lit site,
The Bogman’s Cannon.
It’s now official – I’m a bogman!
Read my piece on Herbert Simms – Social Activist Architect Extraordinaire.
The Curious Case of the Corpo Employee Who Worked HImself to Death
Quite restrained really. I only go postal maybe once in the entire piece. 🙂
Like, what else would it say?
It’s a frog.
And my God, it’s Saint Patrick’s Day tomorrow.
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