Paul Durcan: He Was A Private Man In A Public Place
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'If there were a prize for best reader of one’s own poems, Paul Durcan would probably win it hands down,' proclaimed the Guardian's reviewer of Durcan's latest poetry collection, Praise in Which I Live and Move and Have My Being. We are thrilled the popular Dublin-born writer is back with us for the first time since 1995 to perform his quirky, jaunty, insightful new poems. Part of Edinburgh International Book Festival
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