October 6-9 2016

















Programme (2016) Artists (2016)

  • Dromineer Co Tipperary, Ireland
  • Anne Enright
  • Dromineer Co Tipperary, Ireland
  • Colette Bryce
  • Dromineer Co Tipperary, Ireland
  • Danielle McLaughlin
  • Dromineer Co Tipperary, Ireland
  • Don Share
  • Dromineer Co Tipperary, Ireland
  • Rick O'Shea
Programme – highlights 2016

IMRAM Irish Language Literature festival presents -
Íde na Tine – Tionscadal Joni Mitchell
Sweet Fire – The Joni Mitchell Project 

at St. Mary's Church of Ireland, Church St. Nenagh.


- with Caitríona O'Leary & band 

POETRY EVENING at Dún Mhuire, 50 Pearse Street, Nenagh

An evening of readings and discussion with Don Share, Colette Bryce and Robert Peake. Poet Aideen Henry will facilitate the discussion and introduce each reader. 
Clodagh Beresford Dunne will open the evening, reading three poems from her manuscript in progress. 

Meet the Authors at St. Mary's Church of Ireland, Church St. Nenagh.

with Anne Enright, Anthony Glavin and Aideen Henry. This event will be chaired by RTE's Rick O'Shea. 


THE LAUNCHING PARTY at Lough Derg Yacht Club, Dromineer. 
Don Share will intorduce readings by poets Catherine Ann Cullen, Mark Fiddes & Eleanor Hooker

At Nenagh Castle - Rebel Sisters: a discussion with Marita Conlon McKenna about her powerful novel, set in Ireland during the 1916 Rising and based on the real life Gifford sisters – Muriel, Grace, and Nellie. Chaired by committee member Margaret Kennedy.
Music by harpist Laura Hogan. 

WORKSHOPS at Lough Derg Yacht Club, Dromineer.
Poetry Masterclass with Don Share

Writing the Short Story with Danielle McLaughlin 

Reading Short Stories - On The Water event with: Danielle McLaughlin & Órfhlaith Foyle, who discuss a short story by the other 



FESTIVAL EXHIBITION - Forgotten Time

a wonderful exhibition by Robert Ryan. Paintings will be available to view at Lough Derg Yacht Club.

 

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Reviews and visitor comments

"With its lakeshore setting and generous energy; its enthusiastic audiences and engaged organisers, this festival has a charm all of its own. In my own case I feel it has been a lucky charm. And so when asked to recommend a literary festival, Dromineer is where I encourage people to go."
Alan McMonagle