Keats House Poets Present…

What
Keats House Poets Present...
When
Sunday, March 30, 2014
2:00pm - All Ages Buy Tickets
Where
Keats House, Keats Grove
Hampstead, London, UK NW3 2RR
Other Info
The Keats House Poets
present:

A chilled out Sunday afternoon of (FREE)poetry and spoken word...

With performances from:
Raymond Antrobus
Simon Mole
Deanna Rodger
Laila Sumpton
Sonority Turner
Dean Atta
Anthony Hett

and this month's awesome headliner Indigo Williams (find out more about her below)

And of course the much loved open mic!

Where: Keats House, Keats Grove, London. NW3 2RR.
Nearest tube: Hamstead Heath.

What: Keats House is a museum. A vibrant, thriving museum dedicated to the poetry of John Keats, and to poetry in general. But it is a museum none the less. As well as supporting the development of these exciting young artists, the Keats House Poets do what we can to ensure that on top of honoring the poetry of the past, Keats house is also a platform for the poetry of the future!

POETRY LIVES HERE!

If you’re a poet looking to perform at this prestigious venue, we’ll be hosting an open mic too but spaces are limited so arrive early to sign up!

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Indigo Williams is a poet, film maker, educator and the curator of 'I Shape Beauty', which has been featured on TedX and BBC London Radio.
http://indigowilliamspoetry.com/

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Chill Pill @ the Albany

What
Chill Pill @ the Albany
When
Thursday, February 20, 2014
7:30pm - All Ages Buy Tickets
Where
Douglas Way
Deptford, London, UK SE8 4AG
Other Info
South London's coolest spoken word night returns. Our poets have been plucked straight from the field and frozen within 3 hours to provide you with only the freshest spoken word featuring Indigo Williams and Strangelove.

Plus, rising talent on the open mic, arrive early to sign up.

'Here is an art that remains fresh and undefined'
Daily Telegraph

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Strictly Speaking @ The Spring, Havant

What
Strictly Speaking @ The Spring, Havant
When
Thursday, October 3, 2013
7:30pm - All Ages Buy Tickets
Where
The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre
56 East Street


Havant, Hampshire , UK PO9 1BS
Other Info
Apples and Snakes in partnership with The Spring

presents

Strictly Speaking

A national poetry day celebration of performance poetry by some of the brightest young stars of the live lit scene. A hand-picked selection of poets who will stir you, startle you, spark shivers in your spine and leave you speechless.

With performances from:

Simon Mole - Simon Mole is the poet from the pub, that rapper from the beach, the friendly guy with the big eyes who told that story. His infectious enthusiasm for seeing and re-seeing the world around him is an open invitation for you to do the same. Some stuff he says is mad funny, everybody gets it, plus he speaks from the heart, and his love for the craft of writing is there for all to see.

Indigo Williams - Indigo commands the stage with gripping presence and powerful poetry. She has performed across the UK and Europe and at events such as: The Big Chill festival, iTunes Festival, Camp Bestival, BBC Radio 4’s ‘Bespoken Word’, The Royal Shakespeare Company, The Royal Festival Hall and many more.

Paul Cree - Paul has the ability to make you feel like it was you who discovered him, like he was speaking to only you when everyone else started clapping, bloody latecomers. An amazing storyteller, with turns-of-phrase to die for and an effortless rhyming flow.” Joshua Idehen, Poejazzi

Megan Beech - Dubbed by the Poetry Society as ‘by far the strongest female freestyler we have ever had the infinite pleasure to witness’, in 2011 Megan won both the Poetry Society’s national youth slam competition, SLAMbassadors, and the Poetry Rivals UK under 18 slam.

In association with Havant Literary Festival



When: Thursday 3rd October, 7.30pm
Where: The Spring Arts & Heritage, 56 East Street, Havant, Hampshire, PO9 1BS

Tickets: £6 / £5.40 open mic
info: www.applesandsnakes.org / www.thespring.co.uk
Booking: 023 9247 2700 www.thespring.co.uk/events/strictly-speaking

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