‘Parked’ and ‘The Rising’ featured in Kells

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One of the most unique and special destinations in the world – Kells welcomes you to come and explore and become a part of its special story.

Kells is on the World Heritage Tentative List – and for very good reasons. It was once known as the “Splendour” or “Joy” of Ireland and contributed to why Ireland is called “The Land of Saints and Scholars” – a town that contributed to keeping the light of learning alive in Europe during its Dark Ages.  Read more: http://www.visitingkells.ie/

Hay Kells Book Festival 25 – 28 June 2015 – Venue: Kells, Co. Meath

The Hay/Kells Book Festival is the Irish offshoot of the Hay Festival in Wales, this event hosts authors, performers, historians, chefs, children’s writers and anyone that can be read and enjoyed by the general public.

The festival aims to host the most interesting Irish writers and performers as well as a cross-section of international notables, in the home of the Book of Kells.

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4 comments on “‘Parked’ and ‘The Rising’ featured in Kells

  1. leahluna55 says:

    This is wonderful! BEAUTIFUL place! it’s the kind of event I really love. Wish I could be there.
    Thanks for keeping us informed, Suntse ❤
    Have a happy "Humans's Premiere" tonight! 🙂

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  2. Twosocks says:

    This looks like a really great event–food, books, film, music. . . I had no idea that Kells still existed and was not just the name of a long ago monastery. It seems like a lovely place. And so special that they are recognizing Parked, though we know how special it is.

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