Support Cancer Care West in A Tribute to Seamus Heaney at NUI Galway
Monday, 17 February 2014
A special evening with Ireland’s gifted writers, actors, artists and musicians in a celebration of the life and work of the late Seamus Heaney at NUI Galway
Join famous writers, actors, artists and musicians in a special tribute to the late Seamus Heaney taking place on Wednesday 26th February at 7.30pm in the Bailey Allen Hall, NUI Galway. Tickets cost €10 and will be donated to local cancer charity Cancer Care West.
The special evening of readings, performance and music will feature Stephen Rea, Tom Kilroy, John Behan, Sean McGinley, Marie Mullen, Brendan Flynn, Eva Bourke, Moya Cannon, Rita Ann Higgins, Mary O’Malley, Mairtin O’Connor, Brendan O’Regan, Jimmy Higgins, Kathleen Loughnane, Mary McPartlan and more.
The event will honour and celebrate the life and work of the late Seamus Heaney. As one of the most famous Irish poets, Seamus Heaney was also a playwright, translator and lecturer. He was famously the recipient of the 1995 Nobel Prize in Literature among many other prestigious awards and achievements.
Tickets cost €10 with all proceeds going to Cancer Care West, the West of Ireland Cancer Charity. Tickets include entry to a draw for a signed copy of ‘Human Chain’, the 12th and final poetry collection by Seamus Heaney that deals with many themes including how human relationships are created and broken. All are welcome to this unique event, which promises a memorable and enjoyable night while supporting a worthy charity.
Tickets available from OMG @ Zhivago, Shop Street, Galway, from Inis Aoibhinn, Cancer Care West, Socs Box, Áras na Mac Léinn or Room 337, Arts Millennium Building at NUI Galway. Doors open at 7pm with the event starting at 7.30pm in the Bailey Allen Hall, NUI Galway. For further information visit www.cancercarewest.ie or phone 091 545000.
Author: Marketing & Communications, NUI Galway
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