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An Evening Reading with Hugo Williams
When: Thursday, 27/06/2013, 6.30pm
Where: The London Sketch Club 7 Dilke St SW3 4JE
Costs: £8.00 inc tapas & drinks / £7.00 concessions
http://www.artscircle.netAn evening reading with Hugo Williams in The London Sketch Club's atmospheric artists' studio. A chance to hear poems old & new & extracts from Hugo's latest collection , I Knew The Bride ( published later this year by Faber & Faber ).
His poetry collections include - Dear Room, Billy's Rain & more recently West End Final, shortlisted for the 2009 Forward Poetry prize & the T. S. Eliot Poetry Prize in 2010.
Tickets are now limited & need to be reserved, email - firstname.lastname@example.org & see: www.artscircle.net
When: Thursday, 10/10/2013, 7:30 Doors / 8pm Start
Where: Rich Mix, 35 – 47 Bethnal Green Road, London, E1 6LA
Costs: £8 Tickets/ £6 Concession
http://www.richmix.org.uk/whats-on/search/?day=1381359600Liming is an event where you can socialise, drink, dance and experience the best in spoken word, poetry, music & performance.
Hosted by award-winning literature producer Melanie Abrahams
The line-up features JOHN AGARD, MISTA GEE, SIMON MOLE, DEANNA RODGER, RAYMOND ANTROBUS, ADAM KAMMERLING and Round House Poet, DJ RUSS JONES as well as US poet and rock star JESSICA CARE MORE.
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Poetry at The Print Room
When: Thursday, 10/10/2013, 7:30pm
Where: 34 Hereford Road, London, W2 5AJ
020 7221 6036
http://www.the-print-room.org/page56.htmWe are delighted to welcome Jean Sprackland, Christopher Reid and Helen Mort to The Print Room - for the third evening in our poetry series.
Jean Sprackland will be reading from her new collection: SLEEPING KEYS.
Christopher Reid will be reading his most recent collection: SIX BAD POETS, a fast-paced romp through a world that the author has observed closely over many years, from which he reports with merciless accuracy, zest and humour.
Helen Mort will be reading from her first collection DIVISION STREET. Helen Mort is five times winner of the Foyle Young Poets Award, received an Eric Gregory Award in 2007 and won The Manchester Young Writer Prize in 2008.
We hope you will join us for an intimate evening with these wonderful writers.
Madame Life - The Poetry of Love & Death
When: Sunday, 20/10/2013, 20:00
Where: Union Theatre, 204 Union Street, Southwark
http://www.uniontheatre.biz/#/little-machine/4579297922A magical evening of poetry & music that conjures the muses of Love & Death; led by your anarchic, psychic guide Madame Arcati with music from LiTTLe MACHiNe. LiTTLe MACHiNe set classic poems to music and perform them with wit, passion and heartbreaking poignancy.
“They make you laugh…they make you cry” (Gillian Clarke)
MADAME CHARLOTTE-ANN ARCATI is a well-travelled soul who enjoys sharing her Gypsy Culture and life's philosophies through poetry, songs & stories. Following the success of her previous shows at the Union Theatre:, "Christmas Presence" (2010) & "Gypsy:Once in a Blue Moon" (2012), Madame Arcati is thrilled to be combining forces with LiTTLeMACHiNe to bring you a propitious warm up to All Hallows' Eve.
Roger McGough and LiTTLe MACHiNe
When: Thursday, 24/10/2013, 19:30
Where: The Landmark Arts Centre, Teddington
020 8977 7558President of the Poetry Society and presenter of Poetry Please (Radio 4), Roger McGough’s work has been described as hilarious and surreal. Given a CBE for services to literature and the Freedom of the City of Liverpool for good behaviour, he is “a true original” - The Times. “rueful, unpredictable observation to please the sharpest wits” - The Independent.
LiTTLe MACHiNe - "The most brilliant music and poetry band in the world" according to Carol Ann Duffy, give poems, classic and obscure, a new voice; it's poetry but not like you've seen it done before! Selections from the Medieval to the Metaphysicals, the Romantics to the modern - performed with wit, passion and sometimes heartbreaking poignancy.
Poet & MC Julie Mullen completes the line up.
Science Love & Revolution (Book Launch)
When: Tuesday, 29/10/2013, 19.30
Where: Vibe Gallery 100 Clement's Rd, Bermondsey, London, SE16 4DG
Costs: Free (Donatgion)
The awesome David Lee Morgan will be celebrating the publication of his book ......Science Love & Revolution ............by performing his sensational one man show ........Science Love & Revolution
So if you missed the pre Edinburgh show in London and if you missed it again at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival....well here is your chance.......
There will also be a bit of an Open Mic session Plus
Feature performances by the absolutely brilliant Pete The Temp and El Crisis
LiTTLe MACHiNe at Canterbury Festival
When: Wednesday, 30/10/2013, 20:30
Where: Canterbury Cathedral Lodge
Costs: £10 (Students £6)
01227 787787It's poetry - but not like you've seen it done before. Classic poems from the likes of Shakespeare, Eliot, Chaucer and Byron are set to music and sung, recited and acted with energy, passion, humour and sometimes heartbreaking poignancy. Formed in 2009, South London 'Lit Rockers' Little Machine are fast becoming the 'must have' act at Literary Festivals. This is music to move the feet for words that move the soul.
Please note, this event was advertised at 8pm, but due to unforeseen circumstances will now start at 8.30pm.
Uncle Errol's POETRY JAM........SLAM!!!
When: Wednesday, 30/10/2013, 19.30
Where: Vibe Gallery. 100 Clements Road, Bermondsey, SE16 4DG
Costs: Four Pounds
075 416 03371Poetry Jam celebrates it's One Year anniversary this month with a SLAM
Plus SPOKEN WORD/MUSICAL interludes PROVIDED BY THE UTTERLY brilliant Asabi Asabi Hawah
PERFORMANCE POETRY SLAMS ARE AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY TO TIGHTEN UP YOUR PIECE AND A FUN EXCITING WAY TO PERFORM POETRY ;)
Come and join in the fun and witness who will be crowned Poetry Jam Slam Champion
Poetry & Revolution: Protest Poetry Workshop
When: Wednesday, 30/10/2013, 17,00
Where: Vibe Gallery. 100 Clement's Rd, Bermondsey London, SE16 4DG
Costs: Free (Donation)
POETRY & REVOLUTION
Preaching to the choir, is that a bad thing? What about singing to the choir, singing with the choir, arguing with the choir, teaching the choir, learning from the choir? Some of the worst poems written are right-on political messages with no art & no heart. But the best revolutionary art can make us laugh. cry, understand more deeply & feel stronger all at the same time. How?
DAVID LEE MORGAN taught politics & philosophy to squatters & activists on the shop floor and to phd students at university, but has never taught a poetry workshop. So this might be really good or complete shite.
"There are those who imagine they are bravely facing rocket and canon fire, when in reality, nothing is aimed at them more dangerous than a pair of opera glasses." Bertholt Brecht
When: Friday, 15/11/2013, 3pm
Where: Europe House Smith Sq London SW1
Costs: FREE but booking essential
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http://www.www.thechildrensbookshow.comThe Times Stephen Spender Prizewinners 2012 in conversation with Daniel Hahn on how they tackled the difficulties facing a translator of poetry. With prizewinning translated poems ranging from Annie Schmidt's
The Lion is Loose! to Paul Verlaine's Night Impressions, come and admire the virtuosity of the translations and the fearless approaches of the young translators!
Daniel Hahn is National Programme Director of the British Centre for Literary Translation. His translation of The Book of Chameleons by José Eduardo Agualusa won the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize. He has also translated writers ranging from Philippe Claudel to José Saramago.
Reading with Giles Goodland
When: Friday, 13/12/2013, 7:30pm
Where: Oxford, Albion Beatnik Bookstore (34 Walton Street, OX2 6AU)
Costs: £4 (£2 members)
http://www.http://backroompoets.blogspot.co.ukBack Room Poets will be reading at the Albion Beatnik Bookstore (34 Walton Street, OX2 6AU) on Friday, 13 December, at 7:30 pm.
The reading will feature readings by six of our members and a guest reading by Giles Goodland. BRP members reading are: Rip Bulkeley, Wendy Davies, Deborah Mason, David Olsen, Gentian Rahtz and Paul Surman. Louise Larchbourne will be MCing.