Spoken Word London - Queer

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For the second year running, we present 'Spoken Word London - Queer' as part of And What? Queer Arts Festival.

‘Spoken Word London – Queer’ will feature some of the best queer spoken word performers from the capital, alongside our open-mic at the event’s heart where anybody is welcome to speak. All welcome as always, whether queer or not, to speak or listen. Hosted by Patrick Cash and Hannah Gordon.

Tickets are free but please book in advance via the eventbrite link. There will be limited tickets on the door after 7.30pm. Optional donation to Amnesty International, to support their work combating hate in the world.

Our lineup of featured poets/speakers incudes:

- JACOB V JOYCE

QTIPOC non-binary poet and artist Jacob spins the most blistering rhythms about race, gender and oppression.

SHON FAYE Queer writer/comedian Shon has had her poetry recently featured in a video for Tate Britain.

BETHANY ROSE will take us on a ride through the universe and back with the awe-inspiring power of her tongue and visions 

CAROLINE TEAGUE is revered across the spoken word scene of London for her beautiful command of language. 

18+ ID Required

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Details

  • 7PM–Friday, October 20
  • Doors at 7PM
  • Free with RSVP

For the second year running, we present 'Spoken Word London - Queer' as part of And What? Queer Arts Festival.

‘Spoken Word London – Queer’ will feature some of the best queer spoken word performers from the capital, alongside our open-mic at the event’s heart where anybody is welcome to speak. All welcome as always, whether queer or not, to speak or listen. Hosted by Patrick Cash and Hannah Gordon.

Tickets are free but please book in advance via the eventbrite link. There will be limited tickets on the door after 7.30pm. Optional donation to Amnesty International, to support their work combating hate in the world.

Our lineup of featured poets/speakers incudes:

- JACOB V JOYCE

QTIPOC non-binary poet and artist Jacob spins the most blistering rhythms about race, gender and oppression.

SHON FAYE Queer writer/comedian Shon has had her poetry recently featured in a video for Tate Britain.

BETHANY ROSE will take us on a ride through the universe and back with the awe-inspiring power of her tongue and visions 

CAROLINE TEAGUE is revered across the spoken word scene of London for her beautiful command of language. 

18+ ID Required

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