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Dublin - Event Notice
Sunday November 25 2012
01:00 PM

A Day of Events to mark the end of Vegan Ireland's World Vegan Month Activities

category dublin | rights, freedoms and repression | event notice author Friday November 16, 2012 16:42author by Roger Yates - Vegan Ireland Report this post to the editors

Gay Vegan Poet in town to join Vegan Ireland's celebrations

“Exuberant, lively, expressive and totally nuts,” award-winning vegan performance artist poet, Dominic Berry visits Ireland to take part in the last of Vegan Ireland’s colourful events and activities organised for World Vegan Month (November).

Dominic Berry's New Book, "Tomorrow, I Will Go Dancing."
Dominic Berry's New Book, "Tomorrow, I Will Go Dancing."

1. At 1pm on Sun 25th at Temple Bar Square, Vegan Ireland members, many dressed in animal costumes and fancy dress, will hear Dominic Berry give the first of three public poetry recitations planned for Dublin on the day. Free food and literature will be given to the public.

2. At 2pm, at the entrance to St. Stephen’s Green at the top of Grafton Street, Dominic will give his second “set” of poems alongside an information and vegan food table in aid of Eden Farmed Animal Sanctuary who have launched a new film, “You Haven’t Lived Until You’ve Hugged a Turkey,” for World Vegan Month (see below).

3. At 3pm, Dominic will present a longer collection of his poetry at the Cornucopia Restaurant, Wicklow Street, Dublin. Cornucopia customers are in for a real treat as Dominic regales them with tails of dragons and wizards!

Related Link: http://veganireland.org

Caption: The Myth of Protein by Dominic Berry


author by RYpublication date Fri Nov 16, 2012 22:43Report this post to the editors


There will be tales of wizards and dragons - as well as tails folks!!

 
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