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DUBLIN John Sex­ton The poet reads in the Out to Lunch Se­ries. The Ir­ish Writ­ers' Cen­tre, 19 Par­nell Sq Fri 1.15pm 01-8721302 Rath­mines Writ­ers’ Work­shop Read­ing The mem­bers of the work­shop will read their work, some light re­fresh­ments will be served, and the work­shop in­vites us to “do bring along a poem, short prose piece or a song if you wish to read or even sing”. They may have oc­ca­sion to re­gret that last part. The Wind­ing Stair book­shop, 40 Lr Or­mond Qy Fri 7pm Tony Cur­tis Cur­tis reads to cel­e­brate the launch of his latest col­lec­tion, The Well in the Rain – New and Se­lected Po­ems. All are wel­come. Teach­ers’ Club, 36, Par­nell Sq, Tues 7pm Write and Re­cite Po­ets, mu­si­cians and ac­tors are wel­come to per­form at this weekly po­etry slam and open mic night. West­more­land Bar, West­more­land St Tues 8.30pm 087-9049259 The Pale The weekly open-mic ses­sion. The Pale Pub­lic House (be­tween Christ Church Cathe­dral and St Au­doen’s) Wed 9pm 086-0646350 Car­ni­va­lesque II Sec­ond po­etry read­ing and live mu­sic event. If the night goes well, this gig will be­come a reg­u­lar event in 2007. Car­ni­val, Wex­ford St Wed 8.30pm 087-6143661 dublin­po­ LIM­ER­ICK White House Po­etry Re­vival This week’s guest is Clare poet John Doorty. As usual there will also be an open mic slot. White House, O’Con­nell St Wed 9.30pm 086-8657494 Read­ings list­ings: Cathy Dil­lon cdil­lon@ir­

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