Tag: poetry


Word up – the FiveOnFriday with poet Alicia Byrne Keane Blog

POETRY Day Ireland is coming up on April 28 and among many events planned for it is a spoken word-based show in Dublin’s Workman’s Club with proceeds to Pieta House. I spoke to organiser, Alicia Byrne Keane, about the event and her take on the thriving spoken word scene. Poet and performer Alicia is the spoken word editor for the Bogman’s Cannon site – (check out her...

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#FiveOnFriday…with performance poet Lewis Kenny Blog

NEXT up for our #FiveOnFriday questionnaire is the rapid-tongued poet Lewis Kenny following his typically brilliant performance at the Therapy Sessions in FF16. Lewis is one of the rising stars of the ever-growing Irish performance poetry scene; his uncompromising rhymes confront the issues facing our communities, drug culture, the unforgiving highs and lows of being a dedicated football nut… and everything else in between. Such...

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Flying South: Setting the stage for open expressions on mental health All Posts

BILLED as Dublin’s first regular open mic night on the theme of mental health, Flying South is set up as a welcoming community for exploring ideas and personal experiences through all forms of self-expression – poetry, comedy, music, story-telling and more. Held the last Friday of each month, the next show is this Friday, August 28 at Jaja Studios, Stoneybatter. Organiser poet Kate Quigley says:...

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