Cúirt International Festival of Literature – Win Tickets for Sally Rooney & Danny Denton
Cúirt International Festival of Literature runs from the 23rd to the 29th of April in Galway.
To celebrate the launch of Cúirt International Festival of Literature we have tickets to give away to Sally Rooney & Danny Denton. It’s on Thursday 26th April at the Town Hall Theatre – details can be found here
To be in with a chance of winning, answer the following question: Where does the event take place? [Hint: Answer above]
Email your answer to email@example.com, mark the subject line of the mail Cúirt Competition and include your name and day time phone number. All entrants must be over 18 and tickets are non-transferable. One entry per person only. Closing date for entries is Friday the 20th of April at 1pm.
Cúirt International Festival of Literature has announced details of a diverse and eclectic programme, curated by its new Director, Emily Cullen. Leading Irish and international authors, an exploration of language across art forms and a strong commitment to Irish-language writing are at the heart of the 33 rd Cúirt International Festival of Literature, which will take place in Galway this April 23 – 29.
Writers from America, Austria, Canada, Catalonia, the UK, France, Mexico and Norway will feature alongside the very best of Irish authors, including the award-winning author and new Laureate for Irish Fiction Sebastian Barry; Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year and author of the award-winning debut, Conversations with Friends, Sally Rooney; winner of the ‘Novel of the Year’ prize (for Midwinter Break) at the 2017 Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book Awards, Bernard MacLaverty; renowned Mexican writer Juan Pablo Villalobos; leading Catalan writer, Eduard Márquez; Patrick McCabe whose new novel, Heartland, is due out in April; winner of the Queen’s Gold Medal for Poetry, Pakistani-born British poet and artist, Imtiaz Dharker and Irish writer, scholar and leading international authority on the literature of Ireland, Professor Declan Kiberd.