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Origami workshop! Tues Nov 26th 2 til 4

I have just rung up Qube Gallery in Oswestry and there are still a few places available on Paul Kielty’s Origami Stars workshop It is on Tuesday 26th November from 2 till 4 and it costs £20 There are 5 people booked on – with the space for a few more… You can book a […]

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Children’s Poetry Book

Hi everyone Emma Purshouse and Catherine Pascall Moore’s award-winning poetry book for primary-school aged children, dyslexia friendly, with helpful hints on how to learn a poem and perform it (now a legal part of the primary and scondary school curriculum) will soon be in its second reprint ready for Xmas shopping and beyond! THE INTERNATIONAL […]

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Breaking News (that isnt about Brexit)

” Two artists have been chosen for inaugural Creativity Fellowships, Swansea University’s Cultural Institute has announced. Kaite O’Reilly, a playwright who works in disability arts and mainstream culture, and Peter Matthews, a visual artist whose work straddles the performance and the conceptual, will take up their one year Fellowships next month. Created by writer and […]

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Where is Kaite now?!

Kaite O’Reilly – author of the acclaimed new version of Aeschylus’ PERSIANS is currently in Singapore! You can catch her, and poet Chris Kinsey – author of From Rowan Ridge – at the aptly titled SMALL WORLD THEATRE on 23rd November Both books are £9.99 and can be bought directly through Fair Acre Press or […]

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Poetry Book Society has reviewed Kaite O’Reilly’s new version of Aeschylus’ Persians – that won her the Ted Hughes Award for new works in Poetry You can read more about it, and indeed order a copy by clicking on this link Nadia x         Here (with their permission to screenshot it here) […]

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PERSIAN launches!!

WINNER OF THE TED HUGHES AWARD FOR NEW WORK IN POETRY In her version of Europe’s oldest dramatic poem, a requiem to a nation’s dead in a reckless, fruitless war, Kaite O’Reilly chooses the iambic drumbeat of English blank verse, and a long-lined lyricism that befits an epic lament. The language is modern, the word-music […]

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