Here are some of the great actors at this year’s festival…
Welcome to Arts over Borders (Ireland’s presenting body for cross-border arts festivals) & welcome to its 3rd Lughnasa FrielFest and 6th Happy Days: Enniskillen International Beckett Festival.
We thank all our artists – local, national and international – our small but resourceful compliment of staff, our ever supportive and enabling Board of Trustees and all our courageous partners and funders, most particularly our Principal Partner the T S Eliot Foundation without whose culturally freeing and enlightened support these Irish borderland bio-festivals would simply not be around today for you all to enjoy.
‘Never neglect the little things of life’ (Waiting for Godot)
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Each year, in helping to make the festivals happen, we carry the spirit of a Beckett cliché ‘We can’t go on. We’ll go on’
Help us go on!
Seán Doran & Liam Browne
Festival Curators – DoranBrowne
A rehearsed reading around Tree for Waiting for Godot by Sir Antony Gormley.
- 8am meeting point at Enniskillen Castle Museums for bus departure to walking location on the Fermanagh (NI) / Cavan (ROI) Irish border in the UNESCO Global Geopark.
Walk duration 1 hr.
- Performance begins 10am (duration 2 hours)
- Overall duration 5.5 hours. Arrival back at Enniskillen Castle est. 1.30pm.
- Cycle 1: August 4 & 5 2018 – Actors from the Republic of Ireland: Andrew Bennett (Vladimir), David Pearse (Estragon), Ned Dennehy (Pozzo) and Tadgh Murphy (Lucky), Jonathan McBride (Boy).
Directed by Annie Ryan.
- Cycle 2: August 18 & 19 – Actors from Northern Ireland, the Lyric Theatre Belfast.
Directed by Jimmy Fay. (Cast tbc).
Audience should wear appropriate walking gear, sturdy walking boots and layers.
Whilst the walk is mainly on a pathway, it is uneven underfoot and does get progressively steeper.
Please bring suitable water and snacks to replenish your energy.