LINKS

LINKS

You might want to explore other literary events and festivals in Northern Ireland and surrounding area:

TYRONE:
William Carleton summer school, Clogher
Benedict Kiely Literary weekend, Omagh

DOWN:
Aspects Irish Literary Festival, Bangor

Bronte Homeland Centre, Rathfriland

L/DERRY:

Seamus Heaney Home Place, Bellaghy

ARMAGH:
John Hewitt International Summer School, Armagh

ANTRIM:
Belfast Book Festival, Belfast

CS Lewis Experience: Belfast

Linenhall Library, Belfast

Belfast International Arts Festival, Belfast

Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival, Belfast

Feile an Phobail, Béal Feirste/Belfast

…..and in the surrounding border region of the Republic of Ireland:

MONAGHAN
Patrick Kavanagh centre, Inniskeen

CAVAN
Windows Poetry competition, Cavan

DONEGAL
Patrick MacGill summer school, Glenties

LOUTH
T. D’Arcy Magee international summer school, Carlingford

SLIGO
Yeats International summer school, Sligo

Note: These links are provided as a guide and service to anyone seeking more information about similar events to the William Carleton summer school in Northern Ireland and the surrounding area. Every effort has been made to ensure they are up to date. The William Carleton Society cannot be held responsible for the accuracy or the content of the information therein. If a link is incorrect or you wish to have it removed, please contact us at: wcarletonsociety@gmail.com.

2 thoughts on “LINKS”

  1. Hello,
    I’ve stumbled across an August, 2012 essay on your site by Christopher Fitz-Simon entitled “CARLETON ON THE STAGE”. I’m afraid I can’t work out how to comment on the paper directly but in it Christopher makes mention of a play called “The Shamrock and the Rose” by Walter Reynolds. Walter is both a subject dear to me and my own ancestor. It sounds like Christopher may have found a copy of the script – if so I am hoping that he could get in touch with me.
    Best regards,
    Charles

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