Poetry review: Merryn Williams looks at two new Shoestring collections from Clare Brant & Alexis Lykiard
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Poetry Review – THE EMMA PRESS ANTHOLOGY OF ILLNESS: Angela Topping gives a sense of the variety in this collection of poems dealing frankly with the experience of being sick or injured.
Grange Park Opera Interim Season. Simon Keenlyside: An Autumn Walk in Wales (available online). Review by Barbara Lewis: Context is all, says Simon Keenlyside, as for the second time this year he delivers a musical tour of his own personal context – the woods around his Welsh home.
Poetry review – HOW THE HELL ARE YOU?: Michael Bartholomew-Biggs appreciates the highly individual worldview revealed in Glyn Maxwell’s new collection
Before lockdown, Bewley’s Café Theatre in the bustling heart of Dublin was the place to grab a short lunch-time play, a bowl of soup – and maybe even chat up a stranger. For now, those days are gone, but Bewley’s has joined forces with online events company The Lock Inn to open the tiny venue to a potentially limitless audience.
Poetry review – THE BLUE HOTEL: Charles Rammelkamp considers some episodes in the lives of famous people as imagined in poems by Alan Catlin