A Reading of seven short plays, devised and scripted by teenage writers took place on Thursday 31st October at the Peacock Theatre.
A wonderful joint project between Brown Bag Films, The Science gallery and Fighting Words, the short film 'Battle for Ravenwind' was premiered at the Lighthouse cinema this October.
Story-Writing Workshops for Families
As part of Culture Night 2013, Fighting Words is pleasd to offer two workshops aimed at families with primary-school aged children.
Fighting Words, Brown Bag Films and The Irish Times last night won the 2013 Business to Arts award for the Best Use of Creativity in the Community.
The Irish Times and Brown Bag have been brilliant partners with Fighting Words for several years now.
We are delighted to advise the schedule of summer camps here at Fighting Words for 2013! We aim to host as many children as possible. Our camps are highly participatory and a lot of fun. Come explore your creativity with us this summer!
Registrations for summer camps 2013 are now closed
President Michael D. Higgins visited Fighting Words today. He was here for the launch of a new stamp from An Post to celebrate Dublin Unesco City of
Literature, and for the launch of our 3rd annual Fighting Words/Irish Times special supplement of new writing by young writers.
The stamp, as you can see, is comprised of a story.
We are delighted to offer a workshop as part of the Dublin Writers Festival!
Come to Fighting Words to develop your skills and learn how to plan, storyboard, write and illustrate your Graphic Fiction stories with the help and advice of our experienced tutors.
Registrations now closed.
Another team of tutors is hitting the road during the week of April 22nd. This time we will be on board the Cinemobile at the Louth County Library in Dundalk!
In Dundalk we will deliver writing workshops for primary and secondary schools as well as a workshop on Saturday, April 27th as part of the Dundalk Book Festival .
Once again on board the Cinemobile, a Fighting Words team worked classes from local primary schools in Armagh. The students produced some fantastic work and had a ball!
Replicating the primary school workshops held daily at the centre in Dublin, the Fighting Words team worked with the following schools: