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SPOKEN WORD SHOWS


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A Poet's Guide to Surviving the Apocalypse SPOKEN WORD 
AUG 15-19 at 12:30 (60 min) - Free 
2019... the economy has crumbled, politics has turned our society on its head, the apocalypse is here and what we need is a strategy to help us cope, survive and thrive. But most importantly of all, ...
The Place / The Baird 

A Talking Therapist's Blues SPOKEN WORD 
AUG 1-6, 8-13, 15-20, 22-23 at 12:30 (60 min) - Free Ticketed 
Its raw. Its from the heart. It will enter your soul. Prepare to be bewitched! PoetTess is a Psychotherapist. She is also a Word Spinner. Accompanied by accomplished Blues musician, Isaac Bacon...
Brass Monkey / The Cinema Room 

Dangerous Adventures SPOKEN WORD 
AUG 22-25 at 12:00 (60 min) - Free 
Her travels in some of the world's most dangerous places have been embellished and transformed into adventure thrillers by new British novelist Ruth Elliott-Smith. She talks about her life and work, a...
Finnegan's Wake / The Back Room 

Matt McGuinness: We Are What We Overcome SPOKEN WORD 
AUG 11-17 at 18:15 (60 min) - Free 
Fresh from a successful UK tour, uplifting, anthemic tunes punctuate stories and conversation, shedding light on mental health with self-deprecating honesty and dark humour. Matt takes a good look at ...
Sofi's Southside (formerly Harry's) / Upstairs 

Our Man SPOKEN WORD 
AUG 19-25 at 18:00 (60 min) - Free 
Our Man is a one-man show by award-winning British-Cypriot writer Jamie Thrasivoulou. The show explores themes of class, masculinity, mental health, addiction, criminality, suicide, and consequence; f...
The Raging Bull (Formerly Moriarty's) / Cellar 
 

      

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