Poetry in action

As taken by @HalfPintBlonde Wall poetry in Leiden, which is a lovely little town that looks quintessentially Dutch, down to the windmill at the edge of the canal šŸŒ· I love seeing art and words and poetry in action. Excellent spot K and thanks for letting me share! You can follow @HalfPintBlonde (and why wouldn't … Continue reading Poetry in action

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The Wood Beneath the World – Review

Last night, I went on a unique adventure. It all began relatively normally. I arrived - as is my wont - far too early for The Wood Beneath the World and was 'forced' to pop into the former gaol cells at Leeds Town Hall for a quick drink at the pop-up-pub. Despite theirĀ sordid history; the … Continue reading The Wood Beneath the World – Review

The Wood Beneath the Worlds at Leeds Town Hall

Excited to be heading out to see the Wood Beneath the World on Friday evening - I hadn't heard of this event until recently but it sounds very interesting!   BLURB: The Wood Beneath The World is a largeĀ­scale, magical forest installation hidden in the depths of Leeds Town Hall Crypt, which has been growing … Continue reading The Wood Beneath the Worlds at Leeds Town Hall

The Chester Beatty Library

In the heart of Dublin, situated in the gardens of Dublin Castle, a treat for all book lovers awaits.Ā  A library, rare book collection, museum and art gallery in one; this much lauded library offers treasures from all around the world for free. (Though the signposting is a bit feeble and you need to know … Continue reading The Chester Beatty Library