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A trio of funny women are set to descend on Kingswinford Library next week as part of a Black Country wide reading celebration.
Visitors to the library can enjoy live and funny poetry performed by poets Emma Purshouse, Jane Seabourne and Win Saha on Tuesday May 29 from 7.30pm as part of this year’s big book fortnight which runs until June 2.