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Join us for Room to Rhyme! This is our new, weekly half hour session
Visit Seamus Heaney HomePlace and be welcomed at our Café with a morning tea
Immerse yourself in the extraordinary world of Seamus Heaney, and explore through his words and
With James Murphy Ever wanted to write the perfect whodunnit? Come along to this
With Carol O’Doherty and Patricia Broderick A story is always better if
Film Screening: With Damian Gorman and Neil Martin In conversation with Aislinn Clarke HomePlace
Michael Longley, a close friend and contemporary of Seamus Heaney, was the first poet
Maura Johnston in conversation with Bernie McGill ‘bedding the locale in the utterance, reed
With Anselm McDonnell and Martin Johnson This programme is centred on a new work
In conversation with Myra Zepf Language, nature and origins are at the heart of
‘and sky and ground are running naturally among his arms that grope the cropping
Seamus Heaney HomePlace Table Quiz Join us at Seamus Heaney HomePlace and take part
‘A poet whose work is ambitious, accomplished and complex as well as popular.’ Sunday Telegraph
With Diane Lyness Make a unique silver linked bracelet under the guidance of goldsmith
'a bite and a sup,we hug our little destinies again''For Michael Longley and David
Members of the Ulster Orchestra make a welcome return to Bellaghy, as part of
In conversation with Emma Warnock Conor O’Callaghan and Caoilinn Hughes are two of Ireland’s
POETRY WRITING WORKSHOP with Maureen Boyle Join poet Maureen Boyle in this one-day workshop
Eleanor McEvoy achieved star status in Ireland in 1992 when her song ‘A Woman's
In conversation with Hugh Odling-Smee HomePlace is delighted to welcome two of Northern Ireland’s
In conversation with Myra Zepf While reading stories to her son, Francesca Simon was
In conversation with John Self ‘Mayflies is one of those novels to press into the
Since their inception in 1977, Stockton’s Wing have always been a band who defied
With Clive Lyttle of Welig Crafts ‘The man the hare has met will never
Hiraeth: (n) a homesickness for a home to which you cannot return, a home
FILM SCREENING WITH LIVE SOUNDTRACK performed by Síle Denvir, Úna Monaghan & Ceri Owen
Are you an avid reader, and keen to develop your writing? This creative writing
With Rick O'SheaPLEASE NOTE: IN A CHANGE TO THE PRINTED PROGRAMME, THIS EVENT WILL
‘Kielty is fabulous’, The Times Borderline is a brand new show from County Down's
With Gail McConnell One of the most original voices in British fiction to emerge
“What I love about The Lost Brothers is how their songs often seem quite
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