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Dublin - Event Notice
Friday November 24 2017
08:00 PM

Dominic Berry's NO TIGERS

category dublin | animal rights | event notice author Tuesday November 21, 2017 15:04author by Roger Yates - Vegan Information Project Report this post to the editors

Performance poet Dominic Berry returns to Ireland

Award-winning vegan performance poet, Dominic Berry, returns to Ireland as guest of the Vegan Information Project.



PRESS RELEASE
From the Vegan Information Project
veganinformationproject.cf

IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Award-winning vegan performance poet, Dominic Berry (Dommy B for his children’s performances) makes his second visit to Ireland as guest of the Vegan Information Project (VIP) and Cornucopia Wholefoods Restaurant, Dublin (Thursday 23rd – Saturday 25th November 2017).

Dominic Berry will feature at “Vegan Information Day” on Thursday 23rd, a weekly event organised by the Vegan Information Project in Temple Bar Square (10am-6pm every Thursday – Dominic will be there from 1pm onwards performing street theatre poetry from a gazebo stage). November is Vegan Information Month.
His next official event is for an adult audience – “No Tigers,” at All We Need is Love Centre, 43 Dorset St Upper, Dublin, from 8pm – is on Friday 24th November.

Finally, Dominic, as Dommy B. will feature in a special interactive children’s show entitled, “Spark the Goblin Wizard,” Saturday morning 10.15-11.30am, at Cornucopia Wholefoods Restaurant, Wicklow Street, Dublin.

And, sometime during his stay in Ireland, Dominic will visit the Back Into Daylight vegan animal sanctuary in Co. Meath.

Contacts:
Dominic Berry (in Britain) 07804 745 079
Dr. Roger Yates (organising volunteer & spokesperson for VIP): 086 391 2018

Useful links.
No Tigers event - https://www.facebook.com/events/183024272254105/
Spark the Goblin Wizard event - https://www.facebook.com/events/427654210965922/
Dominic Berry’s web site - https://dominicberry.net/
Vegan Information Project – https://veganinformationproject.cf
Back Into Daylight - https://www.facebook.com/BackIntoDaylightAnimalSanctuar...ef=ts

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