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Sunday, June 17, 2007

GIGS UPDATE: IRELAND, ENGLAND, SCOTLAND

This is an update on my live events. Some are on BOB DYLAN & THE POETRY OF THE BLUES and some on HAND ME MY TRAVELIN' SHOES: IN SEARCH OF BLIND WILLIE McTELL.... The first, a Dylan event, is as part of the first Irish Dylan Festival, being held at Moville, County Donegal, over the weekend of Friday 29th June to Sunday 1st July. When news of the festival was given out on John Baldwin's Desolation Row Information Service e-mail newsletter, he headed it STUCK INSIDE OF MOVILLE . . .




Sat Jun 30, 4pm: Ireland’s 1st DylanFest
Bob Dylan & the Poetry of the Blues

NOW SWITCHED TO The Aqua Bar, Lower Main Street, Moville, Co. Donegal, Ireland
admission on the door £10/€15

Mon Jul 2, 11am: Kirkbymoorside Literary Festival
Hand Me My Travelin’ Shoes: In Search of Blind Willie McTell
Summit Books, 2 Mkt Place, Kirkbymoorside, N. Yorks YO62 6BB
Box Office: 01751 430033
admission free with prior reservation

Sat Jul 7, 7.30pm: Bristol Arnolfini
Bob Dylan & the Poetry of the Blues
Arnolfini Arts Centre, 16 Narrow Quay, Bristol BS1 4QA
Box Office: 0117 917 2300
tickets £6 (concessions £4.50)

Thu Sep 13, 8pm: Birmingham: Midlands Arts Centre
Bob Dylan & the Poetry of the Blues
Cannon Hill Park, Edgbaston Rd, Birmingham B12 9QH
Box Office: 0121 440 3838 /
https://secure.ticketsbirmingham.com/welcome.asp

Sat Oct 6, time tba: Wigtown Book Festival
Hand Me My Travelin’ Shoes: In Search of Blind Willie McTell
Wigtown, Newton Stewart, Southwest Scotland, DG8 9BR
details tba

2 Comments:

Anonymous Simon said...

Dear Michael,

any chance that you'll head over to Germany for some gigs?

Regards

4:11 pm  
Blogger Michael Gray said...

Simon, I'd love to do some gigs in Germany, but haven't found anyone interested in promoting them. If you know anyone who promotes small arts-theatre type events, please go ahead and point them towards this correspondence (and more generally this blog)!

The same applies, by the way, to Australia...

6:11 pm  

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