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January 28 2015

Marynally

where Trinity Long Room Hub, Trinity College, Dublin 2.

when 1pm

how much Free HERE

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First Up: Mary Nally

It takes a vision to be a creative entrepreneur. But it takes much more besides. Trinity's intriguing series of free talks, in association with their current masters course in this discipline, offers insights from those who have trusted their hunch, taken a chance and for created something we are proud of. Mary Nally started 2013 reassuring herself why it was worth sticking with this island after working on the unique creation of the Drop Everything festival on Inis Oirr. She reinforced this in 2014 with an utterly magical and memorable offering. Mary has since worked on Cantina, a food pop-up in Galway, and no doubt has other splendorous plans afoot. I'm sure she'll also be the first to say it's not easy to be creative but it takes oodles of spirit, boundless enthusiasm and the encouragement of friends and mentors. Beef up your lunch break with some free inspiration. / Zach Joyce

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January 28 2015

Yeats2015

where National Library of Ireland, Kildare Street, Dublin 2.
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when 1:05pm

how much Free

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Yeats 2015: The Poet and the Library

The poetic voice of WB Yeats is one that, love him or loathe him, constantly dips in and out of your memories of school. I will never forget The Stolen Child, learned off by heart in fourth class, the unfamiliar word pairings catching out my tongue as I said it aloud. Yeats further has the distinction of remaining a favoured poet, despite studying him for the Leaving. The opening line of the searing September 1913 – What need you being come to sense but fumble in a greasy till… - remains one of the most damning, cutting lines in literature that I’ve ever come across. On 28 January, Katherine McSharry, Head of Services at the National Library of Ireland, will give a lunchtime talk on Yeats and the NLI. Whether new to WB, or toting your well-worn copy of The Wanderings of Oisín, you’ll likely learn something and remember yet more. / Alison Treacy

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