Season Rate includes: Registration, attendance at Concerts, Lectures, Exhibitions, Field Trips, etc., transport to and from NUI - Maynooth, - but does NOT include accommodation or meals
Join in the celebration of our 28th Hopkins Festival!
Cost 50 euro . This ticket inlcudes return Bus from Newbridge to Maynooth, full Programme for the Day, Sherry Reception and Festival Banquet.
Details of the Hopkins Maynooth Day, Sunday July 26th - you may alsopurchase tickets for the day using our secure Paypal facility here.
Tickets 35 euro - (you join us in Maynooth) . Tickets available through our secure Paypal facility. Some tickets may be available at the door).
Classical Music Concert: 3 5 euro. Buy Hans Palsson tickets here
Traditional Irish Music with Zoë Conway fiddler: 15 euros Buy Traditional Irish music tickets here
Badges: Identification / Security Badges must be worn at all times and MUST BE SHOWN to gain access
to ALL events. The Gerard Manley Hopkins Society Ltd. reserve the right of admission to all events.
Register now for Hopkins Festival 2013 at our Secure Registration Page
(don't delay booking accommodation as accommodation is limited)
We will soon have the full 2015 Gerard Manley Hopkins International Festival available here for download.
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