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Howltearoa continues this year, with our second open mic nght on Monday the 5th of May at 7:30pm.

The first Howl of the year, held in April was really successful with a good turnout, heaps of people keen to contribute to the open mic session and a great set from our special guest and long-time Howltearoa contributor Andy Coombes.

Howltearoa this Monday is an opportunity for anyone wishing to contribute, be it with their own poetry or something by a favourite poet or writer.  There will be no Special Guest this month, so there will be plenty of time for all who turn up wanting to perform.

Howltearoa will continue to be held on the first Monday of each month for the rest of this year.  Poetry begins at 7:30pm.  Come along and experience and contribute to the best of local poetry and spoken word in Wellington.

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