Next Fourth Friday: September 26th with Alison Hill, Stephen Boyce, Nigel of Bermondsey + blues & more from Doc Stenson & Simon Prager

new photo for siteAlison Hill’s poetry has appeared in magazines and anthologies, her pamphlet collection, Peppercorn Rent, was published by Flarestack in 2008. She founded and runs Rhythm & Muse, a monthly poetry and music event at the Ram Jam Club, Kingston upon Thames. Alison was Kingston Libraries’ Poet in Residence (2011-12). Her first full collection, Slate Rising, was published by Indigo Dreams in April 2014. www.alisonhill.weebly.com and www.rhythmandmuse.org

Web copy copy - Version 2Stephen Boyce has a number of pamphlets and 2 collections: Desirelines (Arrowhead Press, 2010) & The Sisyphus Dog (Worple Press, 2014). His work is ‘Intelligent, formally-assured, poignant and exquisitely-phrased.’  He is a trustee of Winchester Poetry Festival.  www.stephenboycepoetry.co.uk

nigelbNigel of Bermondsey is a musician, composer & teller of stories. Learn  more about this fascinating performer at www.nigelofbermondsey.com

 

 

new peabody2(1)kevin_creaseless1Simon Prager, singer, guitarist & Doc Stenson, singer songwriter, guitarist, mouth harpist,  play an exciting mixture of acoustic music from Country Blues to Ragtime, Skiffle and novelty songs – always with ‘feel’ and humour.  Two fine musicians and entertainers.

 

October 24th – Alfred Todd launches his pamphlet, Notes – While Treading Water, John Foreman, the famous ‘Broadsheet King’ does music hall and more, Balabustah play klezmer and more.

November 28th – New poems and songs on World War One and its objectors with Leon Rosselson, Jenny Lewis, Alan Brownjohn and more – watch this space.

More… more… more… always more…

 

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