• David J Costello

Red Squirrel Press Launch

There is a new venue for the quadruple launches/readings for these four Red Squirrel poets. Full details below. I, for one, will be very pleased to be reading in front of a real audience for the firrst time in over 18 months! You will need to book your free ticket to attend as Covid restrictions operated by the host venue is limiting the attendees to a maximum of 40. Tickets are avaiable on EventBrite either through the app or via the following link:

Maureen, Elizabeth, kemal and I look forward to welcoming you to this event. Complimentary wine/soft drinks are a provided.

Red Squirrel Press Quadruple Launch event at the Mersey Arts Zone w/ Maureen Weldon, Kemal Houghton, Elizabeth Rimmer and David J Costello.

About this event Red Squirrel Press Quadruple Launch event at the Mersey Arts Zone The full lineup of readers is: Maureen Weldon - The Waking Hour Kemal Houghton - There Will be Dancing Elizabeth Rimmer - The Well of the Moon David J Costello - Heft Date & time: Thursday 16th September 2021 Start 18:00 Duration approx 1.5 hours Drinks (wine/soft drinks) provided Event bookshop on site Tickets Info The event is free but due to restricted numbers it is strictly ticketed at 1 person per ticket booked. You can book on the behalf of someone else but you will need to make two different registrations for tickets on Eventbrite. If you have booked a ticket but can no longer make it please cancel it asap (advice on how to do so here) or get in touch. Venue Address: Mersey Arts Zone, Vale House, Vale Park, Magazine Lane, New Brighton, Merseyside. CH45 1LZ. How to get to Venue: There is on-site parking available. The nearest bus routes are the 411 from Birkenhead and 432 from Liverpool. The nearest bus stop is Seabank Road/Magazine Lane. Either of these routes can be used in the reverse direction from New Brighton. The venue is fully accessible. Queries Please contact Dave Costello at: Please book via Eventbrite and if you would like to make a purchase please visit:

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The day is almost here, it seems an extraordinarily long wait but then again nothing is 'normal' at the moment! The launch will be at 19:00 via Zoom, everyone is warmly invited to come along. Please e