Submissions for 2020 Now Open
Submission call for the Still Voices Short Film Festival 2020 now open!
Ballymahon town, in south county Longford is centrally located and easily accessed by motorway links from Dublin, Galway and Northern Ireland.
The town offers a range of activities, with local literary landmarks and specialist shopping, dining and drinking opportunities to discover. The birthplace of playwright Oliver Goldsmith and home of Irish poet John Keegan “Leo” Casey; Ballymahon is steeped in literary history.
The town is at the cutting edge of tourism developments with the Royal Canal Greenway bringing walkers and cyclists into town on a daily basis, and the local Newcastle Wood which has been chosen as the site for the new Center Parcs Longford Forest.
Nestled in the heart of Ireland, Ballymahon is just a short bus or train journey away from any major town or city in Ireland. Listed below are the most direct ways to visit the town this August.
There are a number of buses you can take to travel to Ballymahon. You can travel directly from the airport using the M4 Enfield Bus. We would recommend calling ahead to confirm the times as they can be subject to change. Download Timetable Here
The other alternative is to take the X20 / 20 bus from the Airport to Athlone in Co. Westmeath where connecting buses to Ballymahon run three times daily (9:05 am, 2:45 pm, 4:50 pm).
If you would like to do some sightseeing in Dublin before the festival, you could visit the city centre and then take the train from Heuston Station to Athlone.
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Located in the heart of the Irish midlands, Ballymahon plays host to Still Voices every August.Click here to find out more