The Ennis Book Club Festival, the Cork French Film Festival and [In]Visible: Irish Women Artists from the Archives
Bibliophiles can pop down to Ennis next weekend to get their literary fill as the Ennis Book Club Festival kicks off on Friday. Aiming to promote the act of reading across all demographics, the weekend’s worth of activities include author talks, guided tours, live music and wine tastings. Saturday sees the arrival of award-winning author and women’s rights activist Elif Shafak (pictured above) to Glór arts centre, where she’ll be participating in a public conversation...
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