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|Cambridge||28th October 2016||
Poetry Evening with Vanessa Kisuule and Dean Atta
As part of Black History Month Programme two brilliant,
powerful, conscious poets entertain, educate and challenge Cambridge for an
evening . Tickets
. Tickets�3.72 � �5.80
The Unitarian Hall
|Reading||29th October 2016||
South East launch of the new Grey Hen Press anthology Extraordinary Forms: some wonders of the natural world with Gill Learner, Wendy Klein, Jean Watkins and Christine Webb at RISC, 35-39 London Street, Reading RG1 4PS 3-4.30 pm
|Huddersfield||2nd November 2016||
Starting Wednesday, November 2, 1.30-3.00 pm
Methodist Mission, Lord Street, Huddersfield HD1 1QA These
sessions are FREE
|Cambridge||4th November 2016||
Hammer & Tongue Cambridge featuring Keith Jarrett and Jack Bateman
Eight poets compete for a place in the final. Former UK and international slam champion Keith Jarrett writes poetry and short fiction. Keith's debut pamphlet, I Speak Home, was published last year. Jack Bateman loves creating poetry/performance and exploring identity, gender and sexuality. Join us for wordspinning entertainment!
Friday 4-Nov-16 at 7:15pm for 7:30pm start in Cambridge Junction, Clifton Way, Cambridge, CB1 7GX
Price: �7.50/ �6 Concessions/ �4 slammer (more on the door)
Further details available online at http://bit.ly/htcjnov16.
|Camden NW1||4th November 2016||
Find Survivors of Chernobyl – in Camden on Friday November 4
Ver Poets and the Company of Ten are reviving their production of the award-winning sequence Heavy Water, about the people who lived and worked near Chernobyl.
It’s thirty years since the world’s worst nuclear accident happened in Ukraine.
This adaptation with music and narration was described as “memorable and uplifting” by John Mole and “a triumph of spoken word” by the author Mario Petrucci.
Venue: Trinity United Reform Church, 1 Buck Street, Camden NW1 8NJ.
Open mic for poems in first half at 7 pm. Doors open 6.30 pm.
|London||10th November 2016||
10th November 2016. London launch of the new Grey Hen Press anthology Extraordinary Forms: some wonders of the natural world with Ann Drysdale, Angela Kirby, Ruth Smith and Anne Stewart. At Queens Park Books, 87 Salusbury Rd, London NW6 7-8.30 pm
|Falmouth||12-13th November 2016||
Cornwall Contemporary Poetry Festival
12th and 13th November
Falmouth Hotel, Castle Beach, Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 4NZ
A weekend of readings, panels and workshops with Alison Brackenbury, Steve Ely, John Greening, Meirion Jordan, Molly Naylor, Pascale Petit, Penelope Shuttle, Jane Yeh.
Fringe events on the 11th, including a poetry slam.
Please visit our website for details of prices and booking cornwallcontemporary.wordpress.com