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BROTHERHOOD: A special evening of Poetry to tell the story of Ron and Greg Carey



Ron and Greg Carey will bring attendees on an emotional journey, sharing their lives through poetry with the event BROTHERHOOD: A Special Evening of Poetry in association with Revival Press, taking place in the People’s Museum of Limerick on May 17

Revival Press to present BROTHERHOOD with Ron and Greg Carey on Friday, May 17th, at 7:30 pm at The People’s Museum of Limerick

Prepare to be transported on an emotional journey as Ron and Greg Carey, two brothers hailing from Ballynanty, share their lives through the timeless medium of poetry.

This intimate event promises to be a celebration of life’s experiences, from the whimsy of childhood adventures to the intensity of teenage love and beyond. Through their evocative verses, Ron and Greg will delve into the depths of human emotion, offering glimpses into the joys of marriage, the challenges of parenthood, and the wisdom gained through the passage of time.

Audience members will have the privilege of experiencing selections from the brothers’ acclaimed poetry collections, each verse resonating with authenticity and heartfelt sentiment. Whether reflecting on the trials of middle age or imparting the insights of their current years, Ron and Greg Carey’s poetry is sure to captivate and inspire.


Join Revival Press for an unforgettable evening of literary exploration and brotherly camaraderie as Ron and Greg Carey come together to celebrate the power of words and the enduring bond of family. Admission is free, and all are welcome to attend.

Revival Press is the poetry imprint of Limerick Writers’ Centre and is very active in publishing contemporary poetry, with over 100 titles published so far. The Centre is also always available to give advice to anyone who wants to self-publish, and also publishes fiction, memoir and history through Limerick Writers’ Centre Publishing.

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