Harolds Cross Latest News
Harold’s Cross Halloween Hooley: The imaginative wizard Eoin Bairéad and his ever creative daughter Clíodhna have assembled an on-line Halloween special for the VIP’s of Harold’s Cross who are banished from the traditional “trick-or-treat” excitement at Halloween 2020.
To get yourself in the mood, make sure to tune in to the on-line Hooley. The preparations have already started. On Sat Oct 31st from 11.30-12.30 am you can join Niki and Tanya Collier online to draw a funny, silly or scary mask.
The workshop takes an hour. If you do not have materials? Just ask Niki what you might need. You can register here.
Dress up and send in your photo
If you want to dress up anytime this week do so, take lots of photos, and email them to email@example.com. When you are emailing photos, can you let us know if we have permission to display it on http://www.haroldscross.org Just leave their initials on the photo – not full name.
Details of the full programme of events (without the fireworks) are HERE.
Our champion poet Catherine Ann Cullen was in touch today & we’re thrilled with her good news & delighted to help :
“I have a bit of good news to share with the locals on this nice sunny morning – one of my poems has been shortlisted for Poem of the Year in the An Post Irish Book Awards. I’m not one for hustling for votes, but I thought I might make an exception this time, so if any of you have a vote and a few minutes to spare ye might consider voting for my poem Triskele. The poem voting is all the way down the list of books here https://www.irishbookawards.irish/vote2020/
3. Pearse McGloughlin & Nocturne’s latest album “The Rest” was launched on October 14th. He is planning a real, live show in The Workman’s Club in Dublin on November 1st to mark the release of the album. They will be joined by two special guests Colm Keegan, the writer and poet and singer and songwriter Leila Jane. Tickets for that show are available HER
Many more FREE EVENTS in Dublin this week HERE
There are also lots of events on at the Bram Stoker Festival from the 30th October until the 2nd of November.