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W.B. Yeats evening

Comprising of a reading of Yeats' poetry by Eamonn Grennan (Producer/Director), music and songs of Yeats and the era by Eimear Dunne and a staging of ''The Muse & Mr Yeats'', a play for two voices performed by the Curlew Theatre Company.

Mountmellick Arts Centre

26th September 2015 at 8:00 pm

Tickets priced at 10 euro (8 euro concessions available for Senior Citizens/Students) available from our office @ 0578697600 or contact us at  mountmellickartscentre@gmail.com.

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