One of the highlights will be a lecture on Elizabeth Bowen, in St. Colman’s Church, Farrahy, where Bowen once worshipped, and outside which she lies buried, only hundreds of yards from the site of Bowen’s Court.
All other lectures will take place in the Kingston Arms, an eighteenth-century building located in Kings’ Square, Mitchelstown.
Except where otherwise stated, lectures will take place at 9.30am; 11.30am and 2.30pm daily from Monday to Friday.
Panel discussions, where scheduled, will be held from 4pm – 5pm.
WHEN WORK IS OVER FOR THE DAY…
A full and varied programme of social events, designed to maximise enjoyment of the Irish experience, will be available.