Top 3 Events for Thursday

Poetry Pamphlet Party

Join Poetry Ireland for an evening of readings in celebrating the poetry pamphlet. Featuring readings by poets from published or forthcoming pamphlets:

Soft Touch (Smith Doorstep) by Louise G. Cole, genuine human values (The Lifeboat) by Susannah Dickey, Little Deaths (Smithereens) by Seanín Hughes, Sexy Fruit (Broken Sleep Books) by Alice Kinsella, The Architecture of Red Caviar Sandwiches (If a Leaf Falls Press) by Michael Naghten Shanks, and I Don’t Love You (Eyewear) by Christian Wethered.

The evening will also celebrate the launches of Soft Touch by Louise G. Cole, genuine human values by Susannah Dickey, and Sexy Fruit by Alice Kinsella.

Place: Poetry Ireland, 11 Parnell Square East, Dublin 1

Time: 7 pm

Price: Free, advance registration advised

NCH International Guitar Series – Marco Ramelli

This concert features the Milan-born guitarist and composer Marco Ramelli, professor of guitar at the DIT Conservatory of Music. The programme focuses on the expressive and exhilarating music of the mid  20th century South American virtuoso Agustin Barrios Mangoré, the self-style ‘Paganini of the guitar’ from the jungles of Paraguay and also includes two contemporary works – one by Rafaele de Giacommetti dedicated to Marco Ramelli and one by Ramelli himself.

Place: Kevin Barry Recital Room, National Concert Hall, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2

Time: 7:30 pm

Price: 17:50 €

IF – Installation

IF is an installation created by Scottish artist Angela Lloyd in memory of a young, close friend who tragically took his life following a long period of struggling with mental illness.

The rationale behind this piece is twofold: firstly, to raise awareness of the high mortality rates linked to impaired mental health and secondly; to facilitate a space that allows the universal recognition and sharing of the pain of sudden loss.

Audience participation is welcomed.

Place: Amphitheatre, Dublin Civic Offices, Wood Quay, Dublin

Time: 6:30 pm

Price: Admission Free

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