St Patrick’s Literary Festival Update

Good morning, this is Jim providing an update on the proposed St Patrick’s Literary Festival.

I have had an email from Kent Davis asking if all interested parties could meet next Tuesday at the Spotted Dog Pub on Warwick in Digbeth next Tuesday at 6pm. This will be a meeting to explain the ethos behind the gig, and what it plans to achieve. A map is provided for those unfamiliar with the area…

The Spotted Dog
104 Warwick Street
Birmingham, B12 0NH, UK
0121 772 3822
Link:

Furthermore, we have a proposed date for the event – Tuesday 16th March, at 7pm. The event will take place at the Old Crown in Digbeth, which is on the main High Street in Digbeth, positioned near the entrance of the Custard Factory. Please see the attached flyer, and forward it on to any parties that you think may be interested.

If you have any further questions then do not hesitate to contact me or Kent about this matter.

Thanks

James Kennedy

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