Spoken Word London
Spoken Word London added 67 new photos — with Jamal Hassan at VFD.4 days ago
Here are our photos from our last event. Thanks to everyone who came along to listen and to all our wonderful speakers. Special thanks to Cathal Moran for capturing the night with these brilliant photos. Please feel free to tag yourselves and share. Join us for our next event on the 22nd of January!
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Spoken Word London5 days ago
SWL were really excited to attend Amnesty International UK's Words That Burn round table discussion today about the future of this poetry and human rights project. Check out the project here:
https://www.amnesty.org.uk/issues/words-burn-poets
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Spoken Word London shared a post.6 days ago
Our friends at Bad Betty Press are open for submissions until the 31st of January and would particularly love to hear from writers of colour, LGBTQIA+ and disabled writers:
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Spoken Word London added 51 new photos — at VFD.3 weeks ago
Here are our photos from our last event. Thanks to everyone who came along to listen and to all our wonderful speakers. Special thanks to Cathal Moran for capturing the night with these brilliant photos. Please feel free to tag yourselves and share. Join us for our next event on the 8th of January!
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Spoken Word London1 month ago
We're so sad to hear today about the passing of Mishi Dulwich Morath, a wonderful and heartfelt poet who often lit up our mic and many of the spoken word and poetry events around London. He's also featured in our SWL anthology with a poem about addiction, "Birthday Meeting". Here's to you, Mishi. We'll sincerely miss you.
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Spoken Word London shared a post.1 month ago
We were lucky to have Christian Foley performing at our event a few weeks back. Check out his latest piece:
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Christian Foley
For those who are feeling despair in the cold blue light of this morning. This is a poem for you. I wrote it today. Hold our collective breath for the four year plunge, but keep faith in the reemergence of national kindess and empathy.

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