Spoken Word London
Spoken Word London5 days ago
Check out the brilliant first episode of Dead Darlings Podcast, a new podcast brought to you by the wonderful SWL regulars Rebecca Cooney, Hannah Chutzpah and Laurie Eaves, with the excellent poet Tyrone Lewis as their guest:
Spoken Word London
Spoken Word London1 week ago
SWL regular Hayley Ricketson and Amy, who both performed at our last event, are putting on their new show Bruised Fruit at the Drayton Arms Theatre on the 25th and 26th of August.
Follow the link for tickets:
https://www.thedraytonarmstheatre.co.uk/bruised-fruit?fbclid=IwAR0lOQjhjdB9mFccvfeQOYzprA1ovr05B1hmdm6VqoedwxR-f2sJ8Mak2iA
Spoken Word London
Spoken Word London1 week ago
We just got out hands on this and can’t wait to read teen verse novel ‘The Black Flamingo’ by our Anti-Hate Anthology associate editor Dean Atta!
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Spoken Word London added 75 new photos — with Hannah Gordon and Duncan John Id at VFD.1 week 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 21st August!
Spoken Word London
Spoken Word London3 weeks ago
The Writing Room is an exciting opportunity for poets aged 18-25:

"Led by the one and only Jacob Sam-La Rose, over the course of 6 workshops you'll develop your writing and performance craft alongside other likeminded poets. Application deadline: Friday 27 September, 6pm." https://bit.ly/2RBKjPO
Spoken Word London
Spoken Word London3 weeks ago
Check out Spoken Word London's Jamal Luddin take part in a series of spoken word pieces inspired by literature about the Thames in 'Run Softly' in September:

Run Softly is an outdoor promenade of spoken word pieces re-imagining texts inspired by the Thames. Join emerging writers and performers Izzy Inkpen, Sumner Brook, Sharlene Gandhi, Jamal Hassan, and Arno van Zelst for a unique exploration of marginalised history and a sustainable future.

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