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Black Country's Purshouse, Rhodes and Cockin at the Works' Canteen in Dudley

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Three poets from the Black Country who have recently launched a joint book of their work, The Nailmakers’ Daughters, will be appearing at the Works’ Canteen poetry, spoken word and music  night at the Black Country Living Musuem, in Tipton Road, Dudley, on Tuesday 6 October.  The reading by Emma Purshouse, Iris Rhodes and Marion Cockin, will be hosted by MC Dave Reeves who is poet-in-residence at the Black Country Living Museum.

Dave said: “We’re delighted to be welcoming three excellent Black Country born poets to the first of our autumn events, which take place on the first Tuesday of every month.” Dave, who has been performing at festivals in England and France over the summer, will add a musical element to the evening. More details


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