Here are some of the great actors at this year’s festival…

 

Arts Over Borders would love to receive your feedback on its 2018 three weeks of the Happy Days Enniskillen International Beckett Festival and the Lughnasa FrielFest; your positive views – to help encourage our funders to remain with us and join anew – and your critical views to help us plan and improve things for the August 2019 Festivals.

Please send your thoughts – while still white hot – to the Festival Co-Curator Seán Doran on sdoranbrowne@gmail.com


THANK YOU

We thank all our artists – local, national and international – our small but resourceful compliment of staff, all our wonderful volunteers without whom the festival could not succeed, 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)

If you would like to support us for our 2019 Festivals with a donation we would be very grateful, no matter how small your donation – click here

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!

Thank you.

Seán Doran & Liam Browne
Festival Curators – DoranBrowne


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