Poetry Ireland Introductions Céadlínte BOOKED OUT Eoin Rogers, Siobhan Flynn, Rafael Mendes, Sam Ó Fearraigh, Stephen de Burca, Susanna Galbraith and Gormfhlaith Ni Shiochain Ni Bheolain with special guest, Inua Ellams
In Partnership with Poetry Ireland
Introductions | Céadlinte is a showcase of 14 of the most exciting new poets writing in English and Irish on the island of Ireland today. Stepping to the stage with work that is fresh, accomplished, and fully formed, these poets represent the electrifying future of Irish poetry.
This year’s Introductions poets were selected by Tara Bergin and include Sam Furlong Tighe, Colm Brennan, Siobhan Flynn, Maeve McKenna, Rafael Mendes, Stephen de Búrca, Eoin Rogers, Susanna Galbraith, Olha Matso and David Nash. The Céadlínte Éigse Éireann poets were selected by Aifric Mac Aodha, and include Laoighseach Ní Choistealbha, Gormfhlaith Ni Shiochain Ni Bheolain, Sam Ó Fearraigh and Liam Ó hAnnagáin.
This evening’s event will feature performances by Eoin Rogers, Siobhan Flynn, Rafael Mendes, Sam Ó Fearraigh, Stephe
Introductions | Is sárthaispeántas é “Céadlinte” de 14 de na filí nua is spreagúla atá ag scríobh i mBéarla agus i nGaeilge ar oileán na hÉireann sa lá atá inniu ann. Cuirfidh siad saothar nua ar stáitse duinn atá úr, cumasach agus foirmithe go hiomlán. S’iad na filí a gheallann todhchaí leictrithe fhilíocht na Gaeilge. Roghnaigh Tara Bergin agus Aifric MacAodha filí na bliana seo.
Seinnfidh ceoltóir den scoth in eineacht leis na filí.
This is an 18+ event. The event starts at 8.15pm. Doors open from 7.15pm for food and drink. Please visit www.glassmasktheatre.com to browse the menu of delicious evening food and a beautiful wine list available from Bestseller Cafe at the Glass Mask Theatre.
The Glass Mask Theatre is an open plan space with a flight of steps leading up to the main event level, which is not accessible to wheelchairs. For any queries please email us on email@example.com
Inua Ellams appearance supported by the British Council in collaboration with The Times and the Sunday Times Cheltenham Literature Festival.