The Waste Land at Open Eye Gallery

Sarah-Clare Conlon, Literature Editor
Áine Rowe

POETRY READING: 100 YEARS OF THE WASTE LAND at Open Eye Gallery in Liverpool, Waterfront 17 November 2022 Entrance is free — Visit now

Open Eye Gallery invites you to join in a collective reading of TS Eliot’s seminal long poem The Waste Land, 100 years after it was first published, reflecting on the themes of language, post-war alienation, death and loss.

Open Eye Gallery invites you to join in a collective reading of TS Eliot’s seminal long poem The Waste Land, 100 years after it was first published.

You can put your name forward to take part in the shared reading of The Waste Land or perform your own work (poetry or music) that is inspired by Eliot’s modernist masterpiece – or you can just listen and enjoy this celebration of voices.

POETRY READING: 100 YEARS OF THE WASTE LAND at Open Eye Gallery in Liverpool, Waterfront 17 November 2022 Entrance is free Visit now

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