Maeve Brennan Walk - Ranelagh Arts Festival 2021

Sat Sep 25 2021 at 02:00 pm to Sun Sep 26 2021 at 04:00 pm

Sandford Church | Dublin

Ranelagh Arts
Publisher/HostRanelagh Arts
Sally Corcoran takes you on a tour of Ranelagh where Irish writer Maeve Brennan lived until she moved to New York, aged 17.
About this Event

Maeve Brennan was an Irish writer who wrote for the New Yorker magazine. She was not widely known in Ireland because her career was in New York. Many of her short stories are based in Ranelagh and the walk will focus on the sites of these stories with extracts from them. Cherryfield Avenue where she lived is the main focus of the walk. Join us and enjoy her descriptions of Ranelagh life.


Recommended donation of 10e (5 concession) per person. One ticket allows up to six people. Please let us know how many people are in your group by putting a number after your name eg John Smith 3

Ranelagh Arts is a charitable voluntary organisation and your donation goes towards the cost of events, paying artists and performers and of running Ranelagh Arts Centre.



Ranelagh Arts wants everyone to feel and be safe. To that end we ask everyone to wear masks on the walk and, if you find after booking, that you are ill or have been exposed or are waiting for a test that you cancel your tickets. Any donation you made will be refunded on request.

Event Venue & Nearby Stays

Sandford Church, Ranelagh, Dublin, Ireland

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