Monday, July 19, 2010

Things to do on Mondays

Next Monday evening you can catch Lucan Writers, (myself included) hosting a very special evening on the theme of the colour Red, pieces of art and poetry to go with them will be displayed and the writers will be there in the flesh, doin their thang, you can even touch them if you dare*... Refreshments will be served. So get ye to Lucan Library at 6.30 pm, next Monday evening for that.

and/ or

Hop on the Poetry bus - all are welcome - you can find out from TFE who his appointed driver is each week and get yourself on, it's a friendly community of inspiring lovely people who always come up with a great variety of poems between em all to cheer your day - there's a magazine coming out of it too, which will be printing any day now - details here. I'm driving next week so tune in tomorrow for your ticket!!!

and/ or

Watch the fabulous Glór sessions live on the interweb, every monday night coming at you straight from the bowels of the city, you can see Dublin's finest jewels of poetical and musical talent.

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/stephenjsmith

The line up is always eclectic and interesting, sure give it an aul go... 8.30 pm Irish time - tonights line up is

Poets:
Paul Hendricks
Sarah Maria Griff
Eddie Keegan

Musicians:
The Lazy Band: http://www.myspace.com/thelazyband
Vicker Vimy: http://www.myspace.com/vickersvimy
Alan Caufield captain bringdown: http://www.myspace.com/bringdown
Andy Lea
Kevin Fitzpatrick
Steve Flynn







* no lucan writers have been consulted on this wild promise**, touching them in fact may lead to a "scene" and/or prosecution and/or death.


** wild promises on this blog in general should be ignored, ie not taken seriously, ie not really completely ignored - since that would defeat the purpose*** of me making them

*** that purpose being your joy and endless entertainment

7 comments:

dublindave said...

Given the subject of some of the exhibits in our Red event I think we can presume that touching a member of Lucan Creative Writers' Group would almost certainly lead to death. But guests are welcome to try in any case.

Domestic Oub said...

Mr Oub is out of the country at the moment, so any touching done in my direction won't necessarily be rebuffed...*



*terms and conditions apply.

Niamh B said...

dublindave - or something almost as exciting!

and Oub - won't Mr Oub be back by then?

this exhibition is turning into a whole nuther thing...

Domestic Oub said...

Blast it! You're correct Niamh... hmmm.. but he'll be very jetlagged, so, y'know...

Totalfeckineejit said...

Good things, all good things.Best of luck in the libraryo, sounds deadly innit?

Totalfeckineejit said...

Reading D'oub's comment is it a reading or a love-in at the library?

Niamh B said...

TFE, you'll have to come along to find out!!!