Hell Hath No Fury online

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Online, Saturday 21st November

Hell Hath No Fury is a night of ONLINE spoken word featuring an all-female line up with some of the best poets, artists, buzzers and messers around.
Folk will share stories and tell tales of beauty and anger and pain and love and fearlessness and bravery and all kinds of terrors, old and new.
It will reflect a world and an Ireland that we live in today, that has changed so much and that has so far to go.

Curated by Roxanna Nic Liam


Date:
Saturday 21st November
Time:
8.00pm
Price:
€10

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