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Hammer & Tongue Hackney, November 5th 2013

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“Stephen: (He taps his brow) But in here it is I must kill the priest and the king.” – Ulysses, James Joyce

1. On this 5th November at the Victoria, 451 Queensbridge Road, Dalston, E8 3AS, we are preparing a night of poetic fireworks in solidarity with regicides everywhere. So from 8pm, we have two talented spoken word artists for you:

Inline image 1Stephen Morrison-Burke: At Wilton’s Music Hall ealier this year, the then Birmingham poet laureate, was voted as the 2013 Hammer & Tongue National Champion. We are championing our champion: a young man with a big future, he’s already performed with the likes of Mark Gonzales, Linton Kwesi Johnson & Buddy Wakefield.

Inline image 2Indigo Williams – Poet, Spoken Word Educator and the founder of the online publication I Shape Beauty. She hails from South London and has performed at Glastonbury festival; with the Royal Shakespeare Company and at a Tedx Talk. She was the 2012 New Generation slam winner and her work has been featuredon BBC Radio 4 Bespoken Word

We also will be running the next round of the open slam. Any style, any person. 3.5minutes, sign up on the door, 1st come, 1st served (but let me know if you are going to be late and you really want to get on the mic).
Hosted by Angry Sam Berkson

DJ Trin Spinner.

Doors 7pm. £5/4 (bargain!)

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Written by angrysampoetry

October 28, 2013 at 12:00 pm

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