Promo n that...
Because it's only the day before Sylvia's Death's 36 year anniversary once!
Tuesday, February 10, 2009
7:30pm - 10:30pm
Green Note Club, 106 Camden Parkway NW1 7AN
transport: Camden Town tube, Camden road / Euston overland
Facebook event: www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=102538500230
All the featured spoken word artistes tonight will be reading both
works of their own on heartbreak and delivering some of the work of
our Sylvia. Or Ted Hughes (BOO!) if they're evil.
previous ajar mic contest winner with a wonderful book, 'Hannah and
the Monk', out with Salt. Her life is a cage, but on stage she's free.
''Hannah and the Monk' is a first collection that bristles with lust
for life. This bird in the hand is worth any number in the bush.'
- Annie Freud
He's had shows on BBC Radios 4 and 7, regularly headlines massive
comedy clubs and deputy edits The Fix magazine. His subjects are
suburban goth librarians and Tony Slattery; and you can't get any more
heartbreak than that really, can you?
"desperately angry – but very good"
– Russell Howard
published in The Wolf, the Delinquent, Rising and basically
everywhere, being lovelorn has never seemed so glamorous. Why she
doesn't have a book out yet we don't know.
Winner of November's ajar mic contest, a bastard attack poet penning
material about power struggles in the animal kingdom and the plight of
The Utter! Writing Group themselves with heartbroken writings produced
at the group...
PLUS A dramatic J.G. Ballard-esque reenactment of the death of Sylvia
Plath starring RICHARD TYRONE JONES as TED HUGHES and ROBERT YATES as
ELIZABETH TAYLOR! With puppets.
The legendary AJAR MIC CONTEST: Rob Autton, Rowyda Amin, Amy
Blakemore, and John Stiles reading from his novel 'Taking the Stairs.'
YOU vote to decide who wins a full paid slot at Utter! Bringing all
your mates along to vote for you is positively welcomed, by the way.
£5/3 before 7.30pm.
Utter! writing group: