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On Thursday, October 13th, on the eve of the Boston Book Festival, come celebrate the city’s literary past, present and future at the inaugural Lit Crawl Boston, a night of irreverent literary programming in Boston’s Back Bay. From 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., intrepid readers will choose from a variety of unique literary events including games, performances, provocations and other oddities, all in surprising venues ranging from cafes and art galleries to barbershops and shoe stores.

This moveable feast in one of the most walkable cities on the planet is FREE, and most of the events will offer free beer and wine

The Boston Lit Crawl is held in three “Rounds” plus a closing reading at the Central Burying Ground (Boylston and Charles Street). Guests can choose to attend just one event during each Round - 630PM, 730PM, 830PM-- or “crawl” from event to event. The schedule is as follows: 

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Thursday, October 13 • 7:30pm - 8:30pm
The Here Comes Everybody Players: James Joyce, Performed

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The work of James Joyce, one of the most celebrated (but also most inaccessible) authors in English, comes to life with the Here Comes Everybody Players performance of excerpts from "Finnegans Wake" and "Ulysses," complete with audience participation and music. Come and join in the fun! Mind your hats goan in!


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The Here Comes Everybody Players

Boston's Here Comes Everybody Players bring the literary work of James Joyce to the stage for both academic and general audiences. Our performances celebrate the richness of Joyce's unique langauge and bring to vivid life the humor and humanity of his characters and stories. | | Donal O'Sullivan, actor | Stephen Reinstein, actor | Cahal Stephens, actor | Tony Keegan, percussion | Sean Connors, fiddle


Thursday October 13, 2016 7:30pm - 8:30pm
Goorin Brothers Hat Shop 130 Newbury Street, Boston

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