The Lighthouse Cinema in Smithfield hosted a screening of the short animation film 'The Story shall be revealed in the Movie" on Saturday, 6th June 2015. This film was made by children at Fighting Words with our friends from Brown Bag Films. It was brilliant to see the final film on the big screen!
“This is a fantastic collection and it’s one to be savoured – don’t gorge on all the stories at once, spread them out over a long while, like delicacies.
I think we’ll be hearing from many of these new voices again and again and again.” Kevin Barry from the introduction to the anthology.
Brain Storms was launched at CBC Monkstown Park, Dún Laoghaire on Monday 18th May 2015.
Winter is Coming….And so is the Fighting Words Game of Thrones table quiz!
Win honor and glory for your house and gain the Iron Throne*. Losers will not be sent to The Wall, we promise.
Lannisters always pay their debts, and so do we.
We are delighted to advise the schedule of FREE summer camps here at Fighting Words for 2015. Our camps are highly participatory and a lot of fun. Come explore your creativity with us this summer!
Applications closed at 4.00pm on Wednesday, May 20th. Please note that we cannot accept any late applications.
As well as opening Fighting Words Belfast, teams of Fighting Words volunteers have run workshops in Castlebar, Co. Mayo, Dingle in Co. Kerry and in Clonmel, Co. Tipperary.
In Castlebar, we worked with primary and secondary school students at the Museum of Country Life.
In Dingle, we ran a primary school workshop as part of the Animation Dingle festival with support from our friends at JAM Media.
Everyone has a story to tell.
These workshops are aimed at people aged 55 and over
Workshop Dates – all workshops will run from 1.30pm to 3.30pm
Friday, 15 May
Friday, 22 May
Friday, 29 May
A Reading of eight short plays, devised and scripted by teenage writers took place on Thursday 2nd April at the Peacock Theatre.
Fighting Words was on the road again.
On Tuesday, March 10th, Fighting Words launched its new centre in Belfast, which was attended by Glenn Patterson and Roddy Doyle.