9:00 AM09:00

All Together for a Proper REPEAL!

All Together 4 A Proper REPEAL: An evening of Poetry, Prose, and Music

Fundraiser for the Together for YES campaign

Please join us for a night of readings and music to raise funds for the Together for YES campaign: YES for choice, YES for care and compassion, YES for REPEAL of the 8th amendment of the Irish constitution.

All Together 4 a Proper REPEAL will take place at Proper Order Coffee (, with readings and performances on the night from the following artists:


PROPER ORDER will be providing us with their finest filtered brew, with all proceeds going towards the Together4YES campaign. 

Donation: 10 euro.

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to Dec 27

Prideaux Angels

This brand-new Christmas story set in 1941 at Prideaux Place has been created and directed by choreographer Simon Birch in collaboration with dancers: Emily Dobson (Freefall / Cscape), Anthony Middleton (MiddletonCorpus / Simon Birch Dance), Debbi Purtill (Ballet Lorent / Simon Birch Dance) and Isabel Slingerland (MiddletonCorpus / Simon Birch Dance). Plus, writer Kimberly Campanello, composers and performers Jon Hughes and Claire Ingleheart, and designer Myriddin Drualus Pharo.

Supported by Arts Council England, Cornwall Council, FEAST, Sperry Tents, Dance Republic 2 and Prideaux Place.

Booking details here.

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to Sep 27

Constance and Eva premiere at Bread and Roses Theatre (London)

A new play by Kimberly Campanello about two sisters who abandoned their privileged upbringing in Ireland to become political radicals. Constance Markievicz and Eva Gore-Booth battled imperialism, fought for women's rights, and sought to redefine gender and sexuality. They were famous - even infamous - during their lifetimes, but history has largely forgotten them. How can their stories be told, and what can we learn from them about how to be politically active today?

Constance and Eva is a multimedia reimagining of the lives of these two sisters, bringing together archive footage, found text and performance to tell their story. It is Urania's first production. Urania are Hannah Berry, Kimberly Campanello, Luke Davies, and Charlotte Gallagher.

Book tickets here.

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6:00 PM18:00

cases of sudden conversion for poetry and live electronics with Jon Hughes

York St John University’s Programme in Creative Writing is collaborating with the International Poetry Studies Institute (IPSI) at the University of Canberra to host ‘Creative Writing & Creative Culture’.

The evening event will include a book launch of Paul Munden’s Analogue/Digital: New and Selected Poems (Smith/Doorstop) and cases of sudden conversion, a performance piece for poetry and live electronics by Kimberly Campanello and Jon Hughes.

Book here for the event.

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8:00 PM20:00

New Dublin Press Performing Poetry Project

This collaboration arises from poets Annemarie Ní Churreáin, Kinga Tóth and Kimberly Campanello’s shared emphasis on the musicality and materiality of language – from Hungarian, to German, to Irish, to English, to Sanskrit – including the physical processes of shaping language in poetry performance. In this piece, the poets have meditated upon the themes of borders, cycles and the taking of life. The performance will be followed by a discussion led by New Dublin Press editor and publisher Jonathan C. Creasy, and we will open up the conversation to the audience. Full details here.

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7:00 PM19:00

Performance at Yoga darśana, yoga sādhana: traditions, transmissions, transformations

Composer and sound artist Jon Hughes and Kimberly Campanello will perform an hour-long piece and giving a lecture at the Yoga darśana, yoga sādhana: traditions, transmissions, transformations conference at Jagiellonian University in Kraków. The piece is the artistic culmination of their research on Tantra. 

This conference is sponsored by the Jagiellonian University Institute for the Study of Religions and the Modern Yoga Research group.

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5:00 PM17:00

Lecture at James Joyce Centre

As part of New Dublin Press's education initiative, poet and scholar Dr. Kimberly Campanello presents 

The ‘Found’ Voice

"This talk focuses on ‘finding’ voice in poetry, specifically how the poetic speaker/persona rubs up against a ‘found’, archival poetics. There will be specific reference to the work of H.D., Etheridge Knight and Susan Howe. By tracing my own formative encounters with the work of these three poets, I hope to illuminate a contemporary poetics of both-and. The aim of the talk is to encourage debate about what poets and readers mean by lyric and experimental, modernist and postmodernist and what this means for contemporary Irish poetics."

It will be an excellent event to accompany Susan Howe's reading in Belvedere House, Sunday June 14 at 6 PM. 

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