Tag Archives: Keith Jarrett

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…

Last Sage & Time of 2011

@ the Charterhouse Bar, 16/11/2011 – reviewed by Koel Mukherjee – Review of the last Sage and Time of 2011 This was my third time at Sage and Time, and the last event of the year, and that sense of community, supportiveness and general good humour that makes this event so special was very much…

Performance Poet Spotlight #1 Keith Jarrett

Keith Jarrett is a bit of a dude. He writes and performs poems around London (he’s Camden based) in both English and Spanish. He is also often mistaken for a popular Jazz pianist of the same name. Him He started performing poetry in 2005. Keith Jarrett has previously been reviewed by Sabotage at Farrago, where…

Poetry Jam @ The Tea Box 13/05/11

-Reviewed by James Webster and Dana Bubulj- The Night The Tea Box is a charming, genteel and tea-filled place during the day, but at night it dons a mask and cape and transforms into a vibrant local arts venue. With tea. Last month I commented that while a great night, the Jam@TheBox lacked polish, not so…

Farrago Slam (@ RADA Foyer Bar) 31/03/11

-Reviewed by James Webster- The Night I had such high hopes for this slam. Farrago’s been running since 1994, making it one of the longest running slams in the country; a plethora of great and entertaining poets I’ve seen are former Farrago winners; I always hear it publicised at other events; essentially I’ve been bombarded…