September 2021 Events

Little John Nee

Date: Saturday 11th September 2021
Time: 12pm-3pm
Venue: O'Connell Square, Ennis
Cost: Free/Donate 

Little John Nee is a writer and performer based in Co. Galway. His style of storytelling theatre with music has won him international recognition.

Patrick deWitt

Date: Saturday 11th September 2021
Venue: glór
Time: 1pm 
Price: €15 (Tickets will go on sale in August 2021 through glór) 

Patrick deWitt is the internationally acclaimed author of Ablutions, The Sisters Brothers, Undermajordomo Minor, and his most recent novel French Exit.

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Date: Saturday 11th September 2021
Time: 11am
Venue: Clare Museum
Cost: Free/Donate 

The Beyond Borders Bookclub is a elebration of great literature from countries beyond Ireland, recommended by guests who have connections to the places discussed in these writings.

Sara Baume

Date: Saturday 11th September 2021
Time: 4.30pm
Venue: glór
Cost: €15 (Tickets will go on sale in August 2021 through glór)

Writer and artist Sara Baume covers wide ground in this spellbinding audio-visual essay; Sunday Mass and sea swimming; bird alphabets and stone collecting; Goya and Monet; the Stations of the Cross and the Sacred Heart of Jesus; bedrooms and bedsits; insomnia and parental love.

Salmon Memory Book

Date: Saturday 11th September 2021
Time: 2pm-5pm
Venue: Ennis Bookshop

Ennis Bookclub Festival was successful in securing a Commissions Award from the Arts Council this year, to work with Jessie Lendennie, Editor and Publisher of Salmon poetry, to produce a ‘Memory Book’, marking 40 years of the much-loved poetry publisher, based in Co. Clare.

Douglas Stuart with Elaine Feeney

Date: Saturday 11th September 2021
Venue: glór
Time: 8pm  
Cost: €15 (Tickets will go on sale in August 2021 through glór)

Douglas Stuart will appear live in glór, with an audience in line with Government guidelines on number of attendees. The event will also be available on demand afterward.

Douglas Stuart
was born and raised in Glasgow. After graduating from the Royal College of Art, he moved to New York, where he began a career in design.