Forthcoming Events at Curious Fox


Due to the pandemic all events are cancelled or postponed with the exception of the Book Club which will be meeting online via video-conferencing for the first few months of the year.

  • The Memory Police

    Book Club

    Join us to discuss the novel "The Memory Police" by Yoko Ogawa, first published in 1994 with an English translation by Stephen Snyder published in 2019. Read the Guardian review here. More

  • Their Eyes Were Watching God

    Book Club

    Join us to discuss the novel "Their Eyes Were Watching God" by Zora Neale Hurston, published in 1937. More

  • Real Life

    Book Club

    Join us to discuss the book "Real Life" by Brandon Taylor. Read the Guardian review here.
    More





Book Club

Every 3rd Thursday of the Month, 7.30pm
The for the first few months of 2021 the book club will meet online to discuss the book of the month over video-conference. We will update this page with the login details closer to the date. Join us to discuss the book of the month in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Participation in the Book Club is free of any charge. Newcomers welcome.
Forthcoming books can be viewed in the calendar above.



Past Events

The following are a selection of past events at Curious Fox


Ireland in Frame - Photography Exhibition Trail


Friday 18 September to Friday 02 October, 2020
Ireland in Frame was a street photography exhibition trail, presented by The Embassy of Ireland, Berlin in cooperatin with 6 Irish-owned businesses in Berlin.
B&W photograph of man in a hat, walking in a urban landscape.
Photograph by Eamonn Doyle
The first exhibition trail of it's kind, with select works of 6 talented street photographers, showing a rich and varied spectrum of real life in Ireland. Featuring works from Eamonn Doyle, Laura Jean Zito, Kenneth O'Halloran, Birte Kaufmann, Lorcan Finnegan, and Jeanette Lowe. The exhibition was displayed on high definition screens from the shop windows out to the streets serving as a portal to help satisfy wanderlust. Visit www.irelandinframe.com for more details and to view the online exhibition. Prints of the various photos are availabe from Hen's Teeth.

The works of Laura Jean Zito with Haiku by Gabriel Rosenstock were exhibited at Curious Fox. Photograph of boy cycling past man with wheelbarrow in rural Ireland



Isn't Everything Poetry?

Every 1st Tuesday of the Month
Postponed until further notice.
February 4th 2014 to March 5th 2020 and nearly every month in between.
"Isn't Everything Poetry?" is a monthly event featuring poets, authors and spoken-word performers & an open mic.

Previous guests at Isn't Everything Poetry? include A. E. Sadeghipour, Adam Flint, Alex Bodea, Alistair Noon, Amanda Hohenberg, Andrew Shields, Bernadette Geyer, Camilla Nelson, Candice Nembhard, Catherine Hales, Craig Teatime, Dean Browne, Demi Anter, Donna Stonecipher, Dusty-Anne Rhodes, Elly Jarvis, Emeka Ene, Golnoosh Nour, Gorjeoux, Grace Evangeline Holme, Hamza Beg, Hannah Goldstein, Ida Loggert, Ilia Kitup, Jaiksana Amarüda José, James Coon, Jane Flett, Jason Francis Mc Gimsey, Jenny Browne, Jeremy Whitehurst, Jeroen Nieuwland, Joel Scott, Julia Bell, Julia Groom, Julian Clyne, Kate McNaughton, Ken Shakin, Laila Zaidi Touis, Leigh Sauerwein, Marcus O'Shea, Mark Tardi, Michael Haeflinger, Michael Lederer, Musa Okwonga, Nicola Goldberg, Nisha Bhakoo, Peter Bakowski, Peter Hughes, Phil Smith, Philip Henderson, Priscilla Bergey, Rasp Thorne, Rhianna Ilube, Robert Stastny, Ron Edward, Rose Warner Miles, Rosie Allabarton, Sam Davis, Sam Langer, Sarah McKee, Seth Nunez, Síofra McSherry, Sister Chain, Stuart Braun, Subhashini Kaligotla, Turlach O Broin, Vijay Khurana.

We are extremely grateful to the above for their contribution to Isn't Everything Poetry? & to what helps to make running an independent bookshop fun and worthwhile. We look forward to a time post-Corona when we can welcome poets and writers and an audience back to Curious Fox.



Quiz Night

Every 3rd Tuesday of the Month
Postponed until further notice.
Quiz Night follows the traditional table quiz or pub quiz format popular in the British Isles. There are rounds of questions on varying subjects including Current Affairs, Arts & Literature, Science & Nature, Film & TV, Music & our infamous rapid-fire buzzer-round where participants are encouraged to bring their own buzzer (something handheld that makes a unique noise). There is 2 Euro charge per person with a cash prize for the winning team.

Quiz Night will return to our schedule when it is safe & legal to gather together indoors again.