It was wonderful to be able to travel to Paris last week for the WexFour event at Le Centre Culturel Irlandais, where, following a special staged reading of the four one-act plays, the WexFour eBook from 451 Editions was officially launched.
The crew from The Wexford Arts Centre did an amazing job to a full house, and for a full account of the event, please click here for the article in The Irish Times, or click on the image above. Below, you can see some photos from the trip. Click on the first pic to set the gallery rolling.
A 21st Century man looking very at home, somehow!
The Gang's all here... (Pic Wexford Arts Ctr)
Nice mention from Martin Doyle in the Irish Times, Sat
In the courtyard (Pic courtesy of Centre Culturel Irlandais)
Check into Le Centre Culturel Irlandais (Pic courtesy of Centre Culturel Irlandais)
The Déscartes Café
Dutch treat later, Chez Léna and Mimile
Don Wycherley onstage (Pic John-Michael Murphy)
Elizabeth Whyte sees a photo op, Chatelet
First thing to do in Paris: coffee on a terrace
Coffee again with Fiona Fitzpatrick
On the ceiling of the "Arts" salon in Hotel de Ville
State Rooms of Hotel de Ville
With la belle Mimi Jalaludin, Chatelet
A Room With A View: Panthéon, Paris 5ieme
Destination: Rue des Irlandais (thanks, Napoleon)
Seine flooded over the lower roads
WexFour Director Ben Barnes, writer Billy Roche and actors Andrea Irvine, Eleanor McEvoy and Don Wycherley (Pic Wexford Arts Ctr)
For this reason: WexFour
Ben Barnes, John Banville, Billy Roche and Elizabeth Whyte