Monday, 1 July 2013

Louder than Liberty

Louder than Liberty

A night of frenetic, melodic, & poetic possibilities featuring…

Patric Cunnane
Poetry, politics and passion from one of London's most dynamic performers. Patric will be promoting his new collection, 'Looking at Eden'. He is founder of  Dodo Modern Poets which presents regular evenings at the Poetry Cafe, Covent Garden and throughout the UK and Ireland.

Sue Johns
Cornish poet Sue Johns: Post Punk, Post Feminist, Post Early for Christmas. Poetry plus performance of “Mud Sticks” (Teenage Angst in the Seventies).
”Sue Johns is one of contemporary poetry’s finest voices” – Steve Tasane

Liz Bentley

Quirky poet and lo-fi songbird with a Casio keyboard in one hand and a ukulele in the other. Veteran of three Edinburgh Fringe shows - one a five-star job, another one in a swimming pool. Winner of Shape Disability Arts' 2009 commission to write a new show for the cultural Olympiad. 'Like a female Ivor Cutler' - The Scotsman

Project Adorno
Wonky pop songs on library date stamps, Cubism and Jeremy Paxman delivered by two men, an ipod and an acoustic guitar. And maybe a projector, if they're feeling ambitious.     “The lovechild of The Human League and Radio Four’s Shipping Forecast” Buxton Fringe
Wednesday 7th August 2013
Colour House Theatre, Watermill Way Merton, SW19 2RD
Doors 7.30pm. Showtime: 8pm  £7/£5 conc
Box Office: 0208 687 1930   / 07969 597967
Tube: Colliers Wood/South Wimbledon