Dodo Modern Poets : FIZZING FEBRUARY & Louder Than Liberty 19 March 2014

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FIZZING FEBRUARY

EMILE SERCOMBE
Visual and verbal pyrotechnics

AMY McALLISTER
Masterly performer and slam supremo

FRANCES WHITE
Soulful verse from fine Merton poet

PATRIC CUNNANE
Wit and wisdom from Dodo founder

Friday 21 February 2014
8pm
The Poetry Café
22 Betterton Street, WC2H 9BX
£7/6 0207 420 9880, Covent Garden tube
dodo modern poets letting fly with words 0208 687 1930; 07769 777022 http://dodomodpoets.com/dodo.shtml
patric.poet@zen.co.uk


Louder Than Liberty 19 March 2014

Performance poets Sue Johns, Patric Cunnane & post-modern cabaret duo Project Adorno return to Abbeyfest with special guest poet Jasmine Ann Cooray.

Cornish Poet Sue Johns
Poetry plus performance of ´Shopgirl´ The result of a fifty five year old woman crawling out of a mound of empty Sauvignon bottles and realising she's worked in the same shop for twenty five years. "Sue Johns is one of contemporary poetry´s finest voices" Steve Tasane
www.suejohns.co.uk

Patric Cunnane
Poetry, politics and passion from one of London´s most dynamic performers. Patric will be promoting his latest collection, ´Looking for Eden´. He is founder of Dodo Modern Poets which presents regular evenings at the Poetry Cafe, Covent Garden and throughout the UK and Ireland. Dodo Modern Poets celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. http://dodomodpoets.com/dodo.shtml

Project Adorno
Post-modern 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
http://www.projectadorno.net

Jasmine Ann Cooray
Jasmine Ann Cooray is a poet from London, of British and Sri Lankan heritage. She works with young people as a mentor and workshop facilitator, developing confidence through poetry and performance. She aims to create spaces for voices of all of kinds to speak out.

Jasmine is known for her vivid images, inclusive performance style, and storytelling through personal experience. She is often moved to address the taboo issues through her writing, and has performed in a variety of spaces in the UK, Singapore and the Philippines. Her debut poetry pamphlet ´everything we dont say´ was released with Tall Lighthouse Press in 2009 and is due to be reprinted in 2014.
http://jasmineanncooray.wordpress.com/

Wednesday 19th March 2014
Colour House Theatre, Watermill Way Merton, SW19 2RD
Doors 7.30pm. Showtime: 8pm £8/£7 conc
Tube: Colliers Wood/South Wimbledon
Box Office & enquiries: 07969 597967 info@openhausarts.org

Part of Abbeyfest Spring programme


MORE DODOS IN 2014
11 April 2014
16 May 2014
20 June 2014
19 September 2014
17 October 2014
12 December 2014
POETS TBA

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