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Connecting Poetry and People. Funded by The Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon & The Arts Council of Northern Ireland. Also (education).
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Poetry Ireland 3h
Eilean Ni Chuilleanin will read on Oct 24th, in the Millstream Common Room at 2pm, as part of the Guest Vocals Poetry Series. Tickets are free, but limited, from Eventbrite. All welcome.
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Poetry Ireland 9h
The of Writing and Music returns this 5 - 10 November with a lineup curated by Dermot Bolger. Legends such as John Sheahan and John Minihan will take part, alongside readings from writers such as Christine Dwyer Hickey. Head along! .
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Poetry Ireland Oct 19
Creative writing classes will take place this autumn in , Balbriggan on Thursday mornings from 10.30am - 12.30pm. Classes kick off on 31 October, and beginners are welcome. The course fee is €120 for 10 weeks.
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Poetry Ireland Oct 18
Replying to @IrishEmbTallinn
Looking forward to it on Monday!
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Westmeath Libraries Oct 18
Sign up now for creative writing classes in Athlone Library with Martin Dyar, our 2019 John Broderick Writer in Residence. Classes run Tuesdays and Thursdays 5.30pm-7.30pm. Places are limited, so contact johnbroderickresidency2019@gmail.com to book yours.
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Poetry Ireland Oct 18
Guthanna Binne Síoraí stage a bi-lingual multi-media reading of A New Orpheus by Michael Hartnett, a unique and influential poet who was steeped in the Gaelic tradition. It takes place on Sat 19 October at
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Catherine Ann Cullen Oct 18
Míle buíochas/many thanks for my first non-virtual post at my new home in ! Love Leech's painting The Sunshade, very appropriate on this bright day. And how did you know that green was the couleur du jour?
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Poetry Ireland Oct 18
Lovely to be mentioned in the Irish Times Images of the Day - Soprano Daire Halpin performing at Poetry Ireland in Dublin to announce Tionscadal na nAmhrán Ealaíne Gaeilge/Irish Language Arts Song Project.
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Poetry Ireland Oct 18
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WordsLightlySpoken Oct 18
Seán Lysaght reads his poem Golden Oriole in this week's episode of the Words Lightly Spoken podcast, funded by .
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Poetry Ireland Oct 18
Just a week to go until the Carcanet 50th birthday celebrations here at Poetry Ireland. Tickets are free but are going fast so make sure to reserve your spot for the afternoon symposium or evening reading - or both!
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Poetry Ireland Oct 17
. launches This Is No Longer Entertainment at next Wed 30 Oct with readings from a number of guest poets. Everyone welcome!
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Poetry Ireland Oct 17
Belfast International Arts Festival 2019: John Hewitt Birthday Reading. Make sure to check out this event with Maureen Boyle, Moyra Donaldson and Damian Smyth.
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Poetry Ireland Oct 17
The beautiful door of 11 Parnell Square East, which Poetry Ireland calls home. We recently used this picture on our new Friends and Patrons leaflet - check out more about the membership scheme at
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Poetry Ireland Oct 17
Delighted to welcome our newest member of staff into 11 Parnell Square 🎶🎵🎶
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Banshee Oct 17
It’s LAUNCH DAY! Celebrate issue #9 with us this evening at 6.30pm in 🎉
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Poetry Ireland Oct 17
A wonderful event is coming up on Sun 17 November, with poets Patrick Deeley and Catherine Phil McCarthy. They will be reading from their own work that reflects the nature and environment that was surrounding them at the time of writing.
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Words Ireland Oct 17
Huge Congrats to the 21 writers who'll receive mentoring through the Words Ireland National Mentoring Programme over the next 8 months. List of writers @ link below.
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Poetry Ireland Oct 17
Thanks for the shout out!
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Poetry Ireland Oct 17
Distich: Two Lines of Poetry takes place on Monday 21 Oct. It's an evening of poetry and conversations with Doris Kareva, Paula Meehan, introduced by Miriam McIlfatrick-Ksenofontov. Book your free ticket now.
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