The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center - The Café at LPA

Lincoln Centre Salons take place in the Library for the Performing Arts' Cafe, on the first floor, Lincoln Center plaza level. Enter via the Cafe entrance by ascending the stairs at the corner of Amsterdam Ave. and West 65th St. Mobility impaired people may enter via 111 Amsterdam Ave.

Poetry Ireland 100


An evening of Irish poetry hosted by Professor Clair Wills, Irish literature and culture expert, featuring new work as well as many classic and well loved poems. Poetry will be read by Sinéad Morrissey (newly announced 2016 recipient of E.M. Forster Award), Irish American poet Fanny Howe, world renowned Sean-Nós singer Iarla Ó Lionáird, Nick Laird and Ciaran Berry, along with Alvy Carragher, the chosen participant of Poetry Ireland's 2016 program, "Introductions - Introducing Poets to the Craft of Poetry, to the Public.” Join us on a journey through one hundred years of Irish poems in ninety minutes!

RESERVE FREE TICKETS HERE Booking Opens 13th April 2016.


No Country for Old Men: 21st Century Irish Writers Liz Nugent & Danielle McLaughlin on Transformations Personal & Public


Ireland is a microcosm of our planet's social and political upheavals from World War One to the present - religion, gender, sexuality, tribe, class, national and transitional and transnational identity. From colony to Celtic tiger, writers have chronicled and critiqued the conventional wisdoms, inner and outer, that characterize the nation and the state of Ireland, continually poised between the old and the new. Join this wide ranging conversation, hosted by publishing icon Richard Nash, with the next generation of Irish writers including Liz Nugent and Danielle McLaughlin, sorting out what it means to be Irish, to be a writer.

RESERVE FREE TICKETS HERE Booking Opens 13th April 2016.

Irish American Writers & Artists Inc. Salon At Glucksman Ireland House

New York University, 1 Washington Mews New York, NY 10003

Tuesday, MAY 24 | 7 PM

A lively evening of showcasing newly minted Irish art- featuring literature, art and song by John Kearns ( an excerpt from his new play about Shakespeare) , Marni Rice, Tom Phelan, Kathleen Donohoe, Geraldine O’Sullivan, Colin Broderick, Sarah Fearon, novelist Kathleen Donoghue, Jon Gordon, Karl Scully & Mary Deady. For booking see Facebook / IAWA & John Kearns.