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Michael Harding to visit Dunderry

Thursday, 10th July, 2014 4:00pm

Story by John Donohoe
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Michael Harding to visit Dunderry

Michael Harding. Photo: Mike Bunn.

Michael Harding to visit Dunderry

Michael Harding. Photo: Mike Bunn.

The renowned columnist, actor and playwright Michael Harding will be speaking at Dunderry Park’s Soul Seminars on Thursday 17th June from 7pm to 10pm.  

Inspired by his acclaimed memoir, 'Staring at Lakes : A Memoir of Love, Melancholy and Magical Thinking', Harding will talk with openness and honesty about his journey through life, leaving the priesthood, falling in love, and being overwhelmed by depression and ultimately how he found a way out of the dark by accepting the fragility of love and the importance of now.

He will read from his memoir, talk about his own experience and what he has learned from it along the way, and engage his audiences with wit and charm in what promises to be a highly entertaining evening.

For more details visit www.meetup.com/soulseminars or call Dunderry Park on 046 9074455.

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