Brendan Hawthorne

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Black Country Summer Frollucks with Worrapalava.
Award winning Black Country writer Brendan Hawthorne and his arts collective Worrapalava present their own brand of poems, banter, stories and songs inspired by this neck of the woods. Come along and av a loff. Goo on!

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Black Country Banter with Brendan Hawthorne

Type:Comedy

Wednesbury Library, Walsall Street, Wednesbury, West Midlands, WS10 9EH

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Event (27 July 2024)
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Saturday19:30

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