Irish poetry event in Leytonstone

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A community club is hosting an evening of Irish poetry the weekend after next.

Versologist Racker Donnelly will perform at the News from Nowhere Club in Leytonstone's Epicentre building on Saturday March 9.

Doors are at 7.30pm and it is free to attend.

Call 0208 555 5248 for more information.

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9:25am Mon 25 Feb 13

Tom Thumb says...

There was a young man of Killarney,
Who was chock full of what is called
blarney;
He would sit on a stile
And tell lies by the mile
Would this dreadful young man of Killarney.
There was a young man of Killarney, Who was chock full of what is called blarney; He would sit on a stile And tell lies by the mile Would this dreadful young man of Killarney. Tom Thumb
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10:31am Mon 25 Feb 13

Cornbeefur says...

Tom Thumb wrote:
There was a young man of Killarney,
Who was chock full of what is called
blarney;
He would sit on a stile
And tell lies by the mile
Would this dreadful young man of Killarney.
If that is an advert for it you have put me off already.
[quote][p][bold]Tom Thumb[/bold] wrote: There was a young man of Killarney, Who was chock full of what is called blarney; He would sit on a stile And tell lies by the mile Would this dreadful young man of Killarney.[/p][/quote]If that is an advert for it you have put me off already. Cornbeefur
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