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Screenwriting Workshop with Phillip Davison Saturday 12:30pm

A fantastic afternoon on Spike Island with renowned author Phillip Davison giving an intimate screenwriting workshop

On arrival visitors will be given a guided tour with the focus on murder mystery and the darker tales of Spike Island. On arrival to the Fortress itself there will be time  to enjoy a tea/coffee before the event begins.

This will be a really intimate event with limited numbers in attendance. A unique oppourtunity to get such an insight into the mind and writing methods of one of  Ireland's foremost writers.

Philip Davison has been described by Bob Geldof as “Ireland’s best-kept secret”; his work has been compared by the Irish Indepedendent with that of John le Carré and Graham Greene. His most recent novels are Quiet City and Eureka Dunes, both published by Liberties Press. A TV adaptation of his novel The Crooked Man, starring Ross Kemp, was broadcast on ITV. He has written twelve plays for radio, and has co-written two television dramas, Exposure and Criminal Conversation, and Learning Gravity, a documentary film on poet and undertaker Thomas Lynch. His play The Invisible Mending Company was performed on the Abbey Theatre’s Peacock stage.

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A fantastic afternoon on Spike Island with renowned author Phillip Davison giving an intimate screenwriting workshop

On arrival visitors will be given a guided tour with the focus on murder mystery and the darker tales of Spike Island. On arrival to the Fortress itself there will be time  to enjoy a tea/coffee before the event begins.

This will be a really intimate event with limited numbers in attendance. A unique oppourtunity to get such an insight into the mind and writing methods of one of  Ireland's foremost writers.

Philip Davison has been described by Bob Geldof as “Ireland’s best-kept secret”; his work has been compared by the Irish Indepedendent with that of John le Carré and Graham Greene. His most recent novels are Quiet City and Eureka Dunes, both published by Liberties Press. A TV adaptation of his novel The Crooked Man, starring Ross Kemp, was broadcast on ITV. He has written twelve plays for radio, and has co-written two television dramas, Exposure and Criminal Conversation, and Learning Gravity, a documentary film on poet and undertaker Thomas Lynch. His play The Invisible Mending Company was performed on the Abbey Theatre’s Peacock stage.