The Best of Birminghams Performance Poetry.
24th September. 8pm.
The Mixing Bowl Theatre@The Custard Factory. £5 on the door.
This Months Poets;
Marcus Taylor started performing his own poetry through the encouragement and tutelage of Wrote Under’s “Sunday Express”. He has a large quantity of self penned “Straight” poetry and a small collection of “Comedic” poetry and supported John Cooper Clarke as part of last year’s Comedy Festival
Dave Reeves was editor of Raw Edge Magazine for 13 years and now presents a spoken word and music show for www.radiowildfire.com, the internet spoken word broadcaster and has had work commissioned by BBC Radios 4 & 5.
Kerry Orange writes poems that combine a sense of place with intimate memories. His work is full of play with sounds as well as details of towns, landscapes and journeys. He is also guitarist and singer of The Orange whose debut album ‘Concealed Exit’ is available on itunes.
Kimmy Sue Ann, freshly arrived from her most recent bemused and accidental appearances on1click2fame talent show, is dysfunctional and proud of it and regales audiences with recitations of her pwoetry wot as got social comment innit.
City Tavern 26th Sept, doors 8pm (Presumably upstairs),
38 Bishopsgate Street, Five Ways, Birmingham, West Midlands, B15 1EJ
Tel: 08721 077 077
£5 on the door
marcuszodiac69 (Towns Van Zandt, Woodie Gutherie and anything else that’s good – reworkings – Guitar and song)
Red Man Green Man (dynamic poetry and comic music)
Eastfield (urban railroad punk) accoustic set