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Chill Pill (Canada Water Culture Space, 26/02/15)

– reviewed by Lette McKie – Amongst the huge array of spoken word in London, Chill Pill is hands down one of the best nights around. Long running and consistently entertaining, it’s curated by a group of knowledgeable and passionate poets who take their work seriously whilst also seeming to have a lot of fun. Raymond…

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Madam Scarlet’s Poetry Speakeasy – 24/10/14

-Reviewed by James Webster and Dana Bubulj– We’re not 100% sure where we’re going. We’re not really sure what’ll happen when we get there (but we reckon words and cocktails will be involved). We do know that when we arrive at the secret location we have to say the word ‘flibbertigibbet’. And we think there’s…

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Sage and Time’s 3rd Birthday 24/07/13

– Reviewed by Lettie McKie – Why you should celebrate Sage and Time … Three years ago I wrote a review (here) of the first time I ever when to London performance poetry event Sage and Time at the Charterhouse Bar next to Smithfield market.  Masters of the warm welcome hosts Amy Acre and Anna…

Review: Sage & Time 23/05/12

-reviewed by Koel Mukherjee– @ the Charterhouse This edition of Dirty Hands’ Sage and Time promised two truly excellent featured poets in Keith Jarrett and James Webster (both of whom will be at Sage & Time’s 2nd Birthday this coming Wednesday 18th of July!), and the usual diverse open mic’ers and cheerful, inclusive vibe. This month…

Stoke Newington Literary Festival 2012

-Reviewed by Claire Trévien– Now in its third year, Stoke Newington’s Literary Festival already has the reputation of an established festival while retaining a laid-back charm. Stoke Newington’s Town Hall and Library Gallery were the scenes of sold-out performances by John Cooper Clarke, Simon Day, Josie Long and Wilko Johnson. Pauline Black, introduced by a…

Word Wrestling Federation Presents: Page Match 2

@ The Camden Roundhouse, 25/02/201 – reviewed by James Webster – The Concept: An odd mix?  Performance poetry and professional wrestling seems like an odd mix. On the one hand there’s the machismo, violence and soap-opera of pro wrestling and on the other the more reflective, cerebral and verbal poetry. But in organising this event Dan…


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