Monday 29 July 2019, 6:00 PM, Samuel Beckett Theatre
How It Is (Part 2) by Samuel Beckett
A work-in-progress presentation by Gare St Lazare Ireland
post-show discussion and 2019 launch reception to follow
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Tuesday 30 July 2019, 7:00 PM, Kilmainham Gaol (Courthouse)
Beckett Behind Bars
A conversation hosted by Feargal Whelan, with Nora Masterson and Mouth on Fire

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Wednesday 31 July 2019, 11:00 AM, Trinity Long Room Hub

Beckett and Laughter
A “long table” hosted by Nicholas Johnson, with Eva Kenny & Raymond Keane
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Wednesday 31 July 2019, 1:15 PM, Meet at Pavilion Bar
Tour of the Beckett Country
Guided by Feargal Whelan / depart 1:30 from campus, return 6:00
all seats €15 — includes soup & sandwich lunch — walk-ups welcome
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Wednesday 31 July 2019, 6:30 PM, Trinity Long Room Hub

Beckett and Contemporary Irish Writing
A reading and conversation hosted by Julie Bates and Steven Matthews, with Niamh Campbell and Nathan O’Donnell
Thursday 1 August 2019, 11:30 AM, Trinity Long Room Hub
Behind the Scenes: The Beckett Archive at Trinity College Dublin
A conversation with Jane Maxwell, Gerald Dawe, and Eoin O’Brien about new Beckett acquisitions, the Leventhal/MacCarthy papers, and more
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Friday 2 August 2019, 12:00 PM, Trinity Long Room Hub

In Conversation: Joe Caslin and Leah Kenny
On the public artwork “The Youth Need To See Their Greatness Reflected In Our Eyes” and more / chaired by Julie Bates
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Seats at all public programme events (with the exception of the Tour of the
Beckett Country) can be reserved free of charge, with an optional donation
supporting the 2020 public programme of the Beckett Summer School.

The public programme is a core activity of the Trinity Centre for Beckett Studies, based within the Trinity Long Room Hub at Trinity College Dublin. It is generously supported by Dublin UNESCO/City of Literature, Larry and Mary Lund, and many of our partners at this year’s venues and institutions.