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Jugglers, dancers, comedians, poets and players are being called to share their talents at an open mic night in The Creel, Westport, on Thursday (February 27) at 8pm.
It is one of the most enduring and endearing images of Irishness: children standing beside a donkey laden with creels of turf on a bog in Connemara. The Irish donkey, that great symbol of Irishness, is fast disappearing from the Irish countryside.
Go along to The Creel on Thursday January 26 at 8.30pm for Like a Marble Rolled — a contemporary epic poem written and performed by Phoebe Dick.
Custom House Studios and the Creel Restaurant Westport Quay host a reading of “Like a Marble Rolled”, a contemporary epic poem written and performed by artist/poet Phoebe Dick, on Thursday January 26, at 8.30pm at The Creel Restaurant, Westport Quay. It tells the story of a journey two friends make across a city. Part spoken word, part slideshow, part good old fashioned storytelling, this is 75 minutes of bardic tradition with a modern twist. Further details; 098 28735 or log onto www.customhousestudios.ie
The next Open Mike night will be held in The Creel, Westport on December 15 at 8pm.
If you have a poem, a song, some writings, can dance or play music join us for an informal Open Mic night at The Creel Café and Restaurant, The Quay, Westport on Thursday June 4 at 8pm.