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Narrow Water Arts Festival: In Conversation with Ciarán Hinds

The Church, Cloughmore Road, Rostrevor, County Down, BT34 3EL
Ciaran Hinds actor portrait

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In conversation with Ciarán Hinds

Declan McConaghy chats with star of stage and screen Ciarán Hinds with musical interludes from Joanne and David Quigley. Questions will be open to the floor.

The Church, Rostrevor, 6.30pm

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