June 23rd 8pm at Bar 48: music Fran McGillivray & Mike Burke; poetry Peter Phillips & Richard Earls & voices from the floor £6/£5

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fran-mcgillivray-and-mike-burke-photo-tinkered-with-even-moreFran & Mike   www.franmike.com

Fran and Mike, well known on the acoustic music scene, play the blues, their own songs and more with skill, style and panache.

Peter’s pamphlet collection, Frayed at the Edges, was published by Hearing Eye in 1997. His first full collection, Looking for You, was published in 2001, followed by Wide Skies, Salt and Best Better in 2005 (both also from Hearing Eye). In 2011 No School Tie was published by Ward Wood Publishing, followed by Oscar and I, also from Ward Wood Publishing, in April 2013. In September 2016 Four Poems From Saying It With Flowers was published by Hearing Eye, with linocuts by the print maker, Emily Johns. Look for him on  www.poetrypf.co.uk

Richard Earls writes and performs poetry and songs on the UK and Paris spoken word circuit from his Older Wiser Harder collection on subjects as diverse as love, war, family, death and desperation on the dance floor. A musician and songwriter for four decades, he was involved in the mid-80s UK jazz/pop scene (CBS compilation LP, Get Wise and Virgin/Paladin release Pull Me UP). http://olderwiserharder.blogspot.co.uk And you can follow him here:https://www.facebook.com/richardearlslive/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel

23rd June will be Fourth Friday’s last event at the wonderful and welcoming Bar48: www.bar48london.com   (Oval tube, buses 3/59/185/36 and more)

July 28th we’ll be back at the refurbished Poetry Cafe, 22 Betterton Street, Covent Garden for our summer party with City Ramblers Revival, Abe Gibson, voices from the floor, bubbly and nibbles…

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