The Laureate for Irish Fiction presents

Special Event

THE LONG NIGHT OF THE SHORT STORY

Dates: 21 Dec - 21 Dec

Show Time: 7pm

Tickets: €5

Five writers, five short stories, with musical responses from Lisa O’Neill

Prepare to be entranced by The Long Night of the Short Story, when writers take it all the way to the sweet or bitter end.

Curated by Anne Enright, the evening includes writers Mike McCormack, Lisa McInerney, Danielle McLaughlin and Colm Tóibín.

All proceeds go to the Peter McVerry Trust

 


 

Running time: 3 hours with interval

Age suitability: 12+


 

Anne Enright is the inaugural Laureate for Irish Fiction and was awarded the honour by the Arts Council in early 2015.

The Laureate for Irish Fiction promotes Irish literature nationally and internationally and encourages the public to engage with high quality Irish fiction.

The Laureate for Irish Fiction has been developed by the Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon and is supported by University College Dublin (UCD), New York University (NYU) and The Irish Times.


 

Featured image: Anne Enright

 

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