A celebration of Jane Austen in aid of
the restoration of the old Presbyterian Church in Lismore
This year marks the 200th anniversary of the publication of Pride & Prejudice and Salterbridge House is an ideal place to celebrate Jane Austen. Set amidst beautiful grounds above the river Blackwater, it was built in 1750. Substantially altered in the 19th century, the house and oak panelled hall sets the scene for a feast of Jane Austen activities.
Date: Sunday 6th October
Venue: Salterbridge House, Cappoquin, Co Waterford
Time: 10.30am to 4.30pm
Dress: Regency Costume if desired
Lunch: An Austen inspired 3 course lunch
Cost: €75 for whole day or Lecture/Play and refreshments €25 per session
Jane Austen Dress
Regency dress is optional, with a prize for the best dressed participant. Changing rooms will be available for those who wish to complete their toilette on arrival.
Dr. Sophia Hillan, author and lecturer on Irish literature will speak about "Cassandra's Star, Jane Austen's nieces in Ireland"
In the afternoon Empire Line Productions presents Ladies of Jane, Scenes and Musings from the Pen of Jane Austen.
Bookings 058-54952/08702030763 or email firstname.lastname@example.org