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Date Mon 23rd Feb 2015

Time 8pm

Venue The Albion Beatnik Bookstore 34 Walton St Oxford

Albion

Line up:

Featuring:

1st Time Dave

He’s a poet with a bike who’s not afraid to use it. He’s cycling 700 miles around the country, raising money for counselling and homeless charities at gigs along the way. All in memory of his friend, Lizzie Lee, who passed away last year. Expect a mix of the serious and the silly, the personal and the political.

Tina Sederholm

Tina Sederholm is a performance poet and raconteur. She has performed all over the country including the Edinburgh Free Fringe, receiving five-star reviews for her solo shows, ‘Evie and the Perfect Cupcake’ (2013) and ‘The Good Delusion’ (2014).

A multiple slam winner, she is the reigning Oxford Hammer and Tongue Slam Champion, having also won that title in 2010. In 2013, she was a member of the winning team at the National Slam Championships in 2013, and voted ‘Best Female Performer’ by the Oxford Arts Group.
Her pamphlet ‘The Velvet Box’ is published by Allographic.

‘A truly captivating performance.’ ***** (edfringereview.com)

‘When Tina Sederholm speaks every ear pricks up and all eyes are most certainly on her.’ (Sabotage Reviews)

‘Satirical yet life-affirming.’ (David Olsen, winner of Cinnamon Press Poetry Collection Award.)

‘A poet and performer of exceptional prowess’ (dailyinfo.co.uk)

Lucy Ayrton

Lucy Ayrton writes and performs story-poetry exploring fables, feminism and fairly tenuous lists. She has performed her two solo shows ‘Lullabies to make your Children cry’ and ‘The Splitting of the Mermaid’ in London, Oxford and the Edinburgh Fringe to rave reviews. Her pamphlet ‘Lullabies to make your Children Cry’ is published by Stewed Rhubarb. She is currently working on a novel.

Kate Walton

If you had to put Kate in a box, I guess you would say ‘She is a performance poet and lyrical true life storyteller with a slight Brummy twang and hands that can’t keep still. But as she prefers not to be put in a box, think of her as a sharer of words, stories and all types of dreams.

Neil Spokes

Neil is a poet and musician, who was born in Oxford. He has a degree that hasn’t automatically provided him with a job. Neil loves particularly hoppy beer. He is the Regional Coordinator for, and host of, Hammer & Tongue in Oxford.

Open Mike!
Come share your words, 5 poets, 3 minutes each. To secure your place please email Tina @ evieandthecupcake@gmail.com ASAP!

 

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