MORNING READING ON LOUGH ERNE

MORNING READING ON LOUGH ERNE

Sat 4th August 2018
Lough Erne, Deoarture from Round 'O', Fermanagh
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Morning Reading on Lough Erne – Colin Salmon

Colin Salmon reading one of the finest Beckett short  texts, Lessness, in the ruins of the Augustinian monestery on Devenish Island.

A Celebration of Samuel Beckett’s Short Prose

LOCATION: Lough Erne, Departure Point Round ‘O’

DATES: Sat 4th August, 8am

TICKETS: £10

Prime Suspect, Soldier Soldier and Bond movie film and television actor COLIN SALMON in his role this summer in Northern Ireland as Beckett Reader in Residence for the 2018 Happy Days Beckett Festival in Enniskillen (August 1-5) has now confirmed his third event for the early morning Lough Erne island reading Saturday August 4th.

This is one of the most pleasurable events of the festival with an audience of 50 travelling out in a flat bottomed boat (departure Round ‘O’ 8am)  and disembarking on an island to listen to a short reading in the early morning light.

Colin Salmon is also reading in the Enniskillen PSNI station Friday August 3rd 9pm (limited capacity, book early) and as part of the Winterreise Closing Concert Sunday August 5th 3.30pm in St. Macartin’s Cathedral