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Enniskillen Castle1
3 star Museum

1. Enniskillen Castle Museums, Enniskillen

Enniskillen Castle overlooks Lough Erne in Enniskillen, once the stronghold of Gaelic Maguire chieftains. The castle's history is traced from its beginnings as a Maguire Castle until its use as a barracks in the 1700s and 1800s.
Marble Arch Caves
4 star Visitor Attraction

2. Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark, Legnabrocky, Enniskillen

The Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark, the only UNESCO Geopark in Northern Ireland, is one of Europe's finest show caves allowing visitors to explore a fascinating, natural underworld of rivers, waterfalls, winding passages and lofty chambers.
Florence Court, Co. Fermanagh
4 star Visitor Attraction

3. Florence Court, Florence Court Demesne, Enniskillen

Florence Court is a truly welcoming home. The house, formerly the home of the Cole family, Earls of Enniskillen, is surrounded by a large area of parkland, garden and woodland, with breathtaking views to Benaughlin and the Cuilcagh Mountains.
Belleek Pottery
4 star Visitor Attraction

4. Belleek Pottery Visitor Centre, Belleek, Enniskillen

When you step into the world of Belleek Pottery you enter one of Northern Ireland’s oldest and most fascinating attractions. Unique pieces are made using traditional methods passed down from generation to generation.
Beckett and the Future of the Novel

5. Beckett and the Future of the Novel, Enniskillen

09 August
In an exclusive talk for the festival Germaine Greer considers Samuel Beckett’s influence on
the future of the novel. While E. M. Forster regretted the fact that the novel had to tell a story, Beckett wrote novels that didn’t actually engage with a linear account of cause and effect and which avoided the determinism of the traditional novel. Might he have taken the novel in a new direction?
Festival Lecture: Known Unknowns: Beckett After Joyce

6. Festival Lecture: Known Unknowns: Beckett After Joyce, Enniskillen

02 August
In a special festival lecture, Declan Kiberd explores the influence that Joyce’s writing had on Beckett. Whilst Beckett always expressed great admiration for Joyce’s devotion to his work, Professor Kiberd will argue that he increasingly found Joyce’s writing over-controlled and that beneath his homage to the master there lay a radical critique that verges on downright hostility.
Colebrooke Park - for EHOD 2014

7. Colebrooke Park - for EHOD 2014, Brookeborough, Enniskillen

13 September - 14 September
Town/city: Brookeborough
Opening times: Saturday: 14:00 - 17:00, Sunday: 14:00 - 17:00
Key: Tour/Talk, Listed Building
Enniskillen Library - for EHOD 2014

8. Enniskillen Library - for EHOD 2014, Enniskillen

11 September - 13 September
Town/city: Enniskillen
Opening times: Thursday: 9:00 – 20:00, Sat 9:00 – 20:00, Sunday: Not open
Key: New Property, Family Friendly, Event/Exhibition, Genealogy
A Gala Victorian Evening with Oscar Wilde

9. A Gala Victorian Evening with Oscar Wilde, Newtownbutler, Enniskillen

29 August
Enjoy a Gala Evening with award winning writer Patrick Walsh, recipient of the Guinness Living Award for his work on Oscar Wilde and contestant on the popular TV show 'Come Dine with Me'.
Happy Days by Samuel Beckett

10. Happy Days by Samuel Beckett, Enniskillen

03 August - 09 August
Happy days features Winnie, a woman of about fifty, who is buried up to her waist in a mound of earth and withered leaves. Her opening words, “Another heavenly day” sets the tone for a long monologue which lasts until she can no longer busy herself with the contents of her enormous handbag – toothbrush, mirror, umbrella, revolver.
a theatrical tour de force.
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