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Poets Pub Lower Hutt August 2nd meeting


Poets Pub Lower Hutt August 2nd meeting

Hello, for the month of August Poets Pub Lower Hutt is featuring Singer/songwriter Trudy Stead. Trudy is a local Lower Hutt girl and will be our guest for the evening. Come along to hear her story through poetry, singing and songs from her CD "Set the Captives Free".

Come prepared to read your poems too because we have an 'open mike' time just for you.

Read about it in this weeks Hutt News.

Poets Pub August 2nd (first Monday of the month) @ Murphy’s Bar, Angus Inn, Waterloo Road, Lower Hutt

Free entrance Free Coffee & Tea Bar is open Food to order

DOORS OPEN FROM 6.45PM READINGS BY 7.15PM Funded by Hutt Valley Community Arts Inc. & Creative NZ through the Councils small grants More info and future guests - Contact Convenor Stephen Douglas ph 569 9904

ENDS

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