Come and join a pop-up choir as we learn and belt out a choral song about envy in 3 hours.
We take the traditionally solo emotion of envy and invite you to sing about it altogether. Made anew with a group of locals wherever it travels, Sing It! Spirit of Envy! puts two joyfully waggling fingers up to glib political nonsense-speak.
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Our Carnal Hearts has its UK opening at Cambridge Junction.
One tickets buys you a whole day's performance brilliance.
An evening of queer spoken word to be recorded for Resonance FM’s award winning LGBT magazine show Out In South London. Hear three poets perform before being interviewed about their life, work and inspirations by presenter Rosie Wilby.
The performers are Dean Atta, Rachel Mars and Richard Scott.
This event is supported by Southwark LGBT Network.
The Anti-Slam is back! The poetry competition where the poet with the lowest score wins.
Valentine’s Day is traditionally a time for heartfelt sentiment and loving feelings – best expressed through beautiful poetry. The Anti-Slam turns that on its head for an Anti-Valentine’s Day slam!
In a normal poetry slam competition, the highest scoring poet wins. At The Anti-Slam, the worst poet wins! We’ve challenged London’s top poets to be hilariously terrible. Laugh-out-loud embarrassing. Entertainingly cringe worthy. Poetry so bad it transcends quality, becoming genius – all given an Anti-Valentine’s twist.
A whole week celebration of Jew-ish comedy featuring Arthur Smith singing Leonard Cohen, A Rabbi, An Imam and A Priest [walk into a comedy club], Stephen Tobolowsky, and Woodyfest.
The Lady's Not For Walking Like An Egyptian...What do you get if you cross all of the words of Margaret Thatcher's public speeches with all of the words of every top ten hit by a female artist from the 80s?
Join us for an evening of poetry, prose and conversation exploring sex in all its pain and glory. Featuring Malika Booker and Rachel Mars, together with special guests RashDash and Sexology Researcher Dr Lena Wånggren.
We ask:- How can we express our desires? What stops us?
Curated and produced by People Brands Events as part of Wellcome Collection‘s Sexology Season.
Sex In The Afternoon...Join inaugural Royal Shakespeare Company Poet in Residence Malika Booker, performance maker and curator Rachel Mars and special guest Yusra Warsama for a literary treat
Meet Cute...a reckless, reflective, live thinking-through of how and why we construct narrative.