Circle of Friends Stage Adaptation
An enchanting tale of first love, fierce loyalty and friendship set in 1950s Ireland. Elaine Murphy’s wonderful adaptation perfectly captures the warmth of Maeve’s trademark compassion and humour.
ECHOES: Maeve Binchy & Irish Writers Festival
Echoes celebrates the work of Maeve Binchy and other renowned Irish writers. It takes place at Dalkey Castle & Heritage Centre from Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd October 2021.
ECHOES: Maeve Binchy and Irish Writers
Echoes celebrates the work of Maeve Binchy and other renowned Irish writers. It takes place at Dalkey Castle & Heritage Centre from Friday 4th to Sunday 6th October 2019.
Celebrate 40 years of fiction from the world’s favourite storytelller
In 2018 look forward to brand new cover styles, reissues of Maeve classics, new introductions from high-profile authors, “Moments of Maeve” – selected audio clips and much more…
From Abortion to Infidelity: how Maeve Binchy chronicled Ireland
Professor Margaret Kelleher, Chair of Anglo-Irish Literature at UCD, writes about Maeve Binchy’s lasting appeal in the Irish Times
The Day of the Rose
Read the story of the Rosa Gordon Snell, grown by Colin Dickson. “Maeve and I both loved any excuse for a celebration”
Literary Walks from Dalkey Castle
Learn about the work of famous Irish writers including Maeve Binchy on a guided walking tour through Dalkey heritage town.
Minding Frankie: Stage Play
Maeve Binchy’s Minding Frankie has been adapted for the stage by Shay Linehan. After a short tour in Ireland it is about to open at the Gaiety Theatre in Dublin.
School library dedicated to Maeve Binchy
The Holy Child School in Killiney dedicated its newly refurbished library to Maeve. Gordon was delighted to be asked to cut the ribbon and here is what he had to say about it.