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Fri, 18 Nov

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Boscombe

POETRY; Wordmakers & Silence Breakers ft Antosh Wojcik, Ed Tripp & Holly Spillar

Wordmakers is back at the Black Cherry Theatre. After the laugh till your cheeks hurt Anti Slam back in September, The Wordmakers team is giddy on mischief and Halloween candy hangover and we want to start a Revolution! Door - £10

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POETRY; Wordmakers & Silence Breakers ft Antosh Wojcik, Ed Tripp & Holly Spillar
POETRY; Wordmakers & Silence Breakers ft Antosh Wojcik, Ed Tripp & Holly Spillar

Time & Location

18 Nov 2022, 18:00 – 23:30

Boscombe, 643 Christchurch Rd, Boscombe, Bournemouth BH1 4AP, UK

About the Event

We want to start a Revolution.

In the way we think and shout out words. In the way we do poetry nights.

A Revolution for our minds. A Revolution and a challenge.

What's on your heart? Have you got something to say?

The Wordmakers want to hear words, rants, musings and manifestos, and all manners of Oscar-Wildeing with flamboyance of the theme of Revolution. Take this theme, shake it upside down and come ready to perform in our no sign up open mic: The now infamous You Ain’t My Mum open mic

Our headline guest is Antosh Wojcik.

Antosh Wojcik is a poet, drummer and cross-disciplinary artist. He produces music as /weirdtoday and is a member of the collective FWRDMTN. His drumming and spoken word show, 'How To Keep Time: A Drum Solo for Dementia', was produced by Penned in the Margins and toured internationally in 2019, with support from Arts Council England. His poetry has been published by bath magg & Anthropocene Poetry, as well as anthologies by Bad Betty, Prototype and Colliding Lines.

His work explores memory, time & glitches.

“Like James Tate, but drunk.” - Roger Robinson

Tickets

  • Online Ticket

    £7.00
    +£0.18 service fee
    Sale ended
  • Pay it Forward Donation

    £5.00
    +£0.13 service fee
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Total

£0.00

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