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".....please note: A Day at a Time is not a poetry reading; it is an assured performance. And whether or not the poems were written for performance, they are not the sort of poems where you get lost and miss bits and you’d rather read them than hear them. That’s not to say that they are simple, tummty-tum cute verses; they are complex, subtle, allusive but clear. And all delivered with clarity as well. Fans of Jane Clifton – and there are many from her different spheres – will enjoy this show immensely – but so would anyone who’s never heard of her."

Michael Brindley

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