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MONDAY 9TH DECEMBER 2019
A THING TO DO THIS MONDAY

in WASHINGTON, D.C.
PRICE: $5
TIME: 2 hours
Discover contemporary, topical and varied topics among the poetry at the Busboys and Poets Weekly Open Mic, on South Campbell Avenue in Shirlington on Monday night from 8-10pm. Tickets are on-sale on the day online - or on the door depending on availability - so rock up to hear poetry in action.
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