Poetry Events Coming Up In December

Poetry Events coming Up in December 2014

Friday 5th December

Camden Poetry Series

The Winner of the Lumen/Camden Poetry Competition 2014 (Judged by Andrew Motion) John Foggins and the Commended Poets

Camden, United Reform Church, 1 Buck St. 1-2 minutes from Camden Town tube

6.30 reading at 7. Entrance £5/4. Wine.

Tuesday 8th December

Ken Champion & Juli Jana’s MORE POETRY

Juli Jana’s Ra-t Readings by John Clarke, Melinda Walker with soundscape by Petriplus Open mic

at THE COFFEE SHOP

13 Leyden Street, E.C.2

Five minutes from Liverpool St. Stn.

7.15 pm £1

Wednesday 10th December

South East London Poetry Network and “Made in Greenwich” Gallery present

‘Lorraine Mariner, Kelley Swain, Sarah Westcott,Domenic McLoughlin with Nevada Street Poets with Christmas Gifts’

‘Made in Greenwich’, 324 Creek Road, Greenwich, SE10 9SW

7.00 p.m. Entry £5.00 /£4.00 (including glass of wine and mince pie Info: www.madeingreenwich.co.uk

Wednesday 10th December

The Roehampton Poetry Centre

Don Paterson and Pascale Petit

Senate Room, Senate House, University of London, Malet Street,WC1E 7HU

6.30pm for 7.00pm, followed by a wine reception

Admission: FREE but should be booked by emailing IESEvents@sas.ac.uk or calling 020 7862 8675

Saturday 13th December

South East London Poetry Network at “Made in Greenwich” Gallery present

Rob Mills “The Shredding and Giving of Poems”.

Audience members are invited to bring poems to read, shred, and maybe bring back life in a similar way.

‘Made in Greenwich’, 324 Creek Road, Greenwich, SE10 9SW

1-2pm Entry: FREE

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