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Tuesday, 15 July 2014 14:00

7.8.2014 - Butcher's Dog launch, London

BD3 London Launch!

We're very excited that we'll be hosting a wonderful evening of poetry from some of our issue three contributors at the Poetry Café in Covent Garden, London.

We'll have readings from: Jo Brandon, Natacha Bryan, Neil Fulwood, Rosie Garland, Howard Laughton, Danny O'Connor and Tom Vickers.

The London launch is on the 7th August, 7-9pm. Tickets are just £4, and include a complimentary glass of wine, interval blackout poem fun and more fantastic poetry than you can shake a stick at. (Just don't shake it too hard, or the Dogs will get all excited).

What are you waiting for?

 

Click for Butcher's Dog site

 

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Hit the Ode brings the most exciting poets from the region, the country and the world to the heart of Manchester.
Contact Theatre,
Oxford Rd, Manchester,
M15 6JA

Tickets - £6 / £3

Join us! We have poems. Poems listed as destinations at most big railway stations; poems used by optometrists to assess sharpness of vision; poems some people claim are their long-lost relatives. Great poems. Come and get them.

Our local guest is Rosie Garland, dropping by in between the US and UK legs of her band The March Violets' Spring tour, our national guest is Jasmine Cooray, recently returned from a residency in Singapore. International guest US National Slam winner and Canadian Word Olympics champion, Shane Koyczan.

Suitable for over 14s.

Presented by Apples and Snakes and Ben Mellor.

http://contactmcr.com/whats-on/12872-hit-the-ode/

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Holland Park Press author reading
Great Western Studios
65 Alfred Road
London W2 5EU

Free entry

7pm – 10pm

Rosie Garland reads her award-winning fiction & poetry, alongside fellow Holland Park Press author, Arnold Jansen op de Haar.

The gallery in the Great Western Studios, 65 Alfred Road W2 5EU, is our spectacular venue. It's only 5 minutes walk from Royal Oak & Westbourne Park tube station and buses 18 & 36 stop nearby. Here is a handy map.

It's all free but to make sure we cater for all of you, please let us know if you're coming by emailing or phoning us: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

07792611929.

Click to go to Holland Park Press website

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Friday, 07 February 2014 13:25

28.3.2014 - Cheltenham Poetry Festival

The Quiet Compere presents A Matter of Life, Death and Poetry

Copa

66 Regent Street

Cheltenham

GL50 1HA

8-10pm (doors 7.30pm)

Tickets: £5/4

The Quiet Compere introduces them with little fanfare, so that the poems (and not the poets' track records) tell you all you need to know.

This festival special features a stellar line-up – Rosie Garland, Samir Guglani, Sarah Maxwell, Bethany W Pope, Stephanie Portersmith, Rod Tame, Avril Staple and

of course the compere herself, Sarah Dixon.

Let poetry show you what really matters! Join us for a selection of darkly funny, thought-provoking and life-changing poetry.

Sarah L Dixon

Rosie Garland

Samir Guglani

Sarah Maxwell

Bethany W Pope

Stephanie Portersmith

Avril Staple

Rod Tame

The brochure showing the full Festival programme will be on line on the Festival website by 14 February.

Click here to visit Cheltenham Poetry Festival website

Click here to book tickets

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Friday, 07 February 2014 13:09

18.3.2014 - Literature Live, Bolton Octagon

The University of Bolton presents: Literature Live: Rosie Garland
Octagon Theatre,
Howell Croft South
Bolton BL1 1SB

7.30pm

£5 (£2, £3 conc)

A prestigious collection of writers and poets read from their own work in this ever popular programme of events.

An eclectic writer and performer, ranging from singing in cult gothic band The March Violets, to twisted alter-ego Rosie Lugosi the Vampire Queen. Rosie Garland has five solo collections of poetry and is winner of the DaDa Award for Performance Artist of the Year and a Poetry Award from the People's Café, New York.

She also won the Mslexia Novel competition in 2012 and her debut novel The Palace of Curiosities was published in March 2013 by HarperCollins.

Rosie will be reading from her novel and poetry as well as hosting an open mic slot.

Click to book tickets via Bolton Octagon website

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SHE GRRROWLS

showcases a range of talented women and includes poetry, comedy and a musical finale. Come along and take part in the all-inclusive OPEN MIC section, which is themed. Every third Monday of the month.

The Gallery Cafe
21 Old Ford Road
Bethnal Green
London E2 9PJ

7:30pm - 10:30pm

£5 on the door

Featuring Rosie Garland, Rachel McCrum, Rose Swainston, Lizanne Davies and Mushana.

All ticket sales go towards the payment of artists and producers with an even door split.

The Gallery Cafe is part of St Margaret's House which supports the local community in a variety of ways and allows free hire for events. - www.stmargaretshouse.org.uk

https://www.facebook.com/SheGrrrowls

Follow us on Twitter: @shegrrrowls

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For an open mic slot contact

Carmina Masoliver

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Friday, 07 February 2014 11:45

10.3.2014 - Evidently poetry night, Salford

Punk poetry bites back in Salford
Eagle Inn,
18 Collier Street,
City of Salford
M3 7DW

7.30pm

£3 on the door

Join us for another night of "clever, witty and thought-provoking entertainment" at Evidently!

Boasting the fabulous talents of Rosie Garland and hosted by Salford's own Kieren King.

Not to be missed!

Also eight open mic spots are available (one poem - two minutes per poet) on a first come first served basis so if you would like a slot please arrive early to avoid disappointment. We are filming each night so everyone who performs will get a shiny new Youtube video if they want one.

Host, multiple slam winner Kieren King says "If you walk down a street and see three signs, one advertising live music, one advertising live comedy and the third advertising live poetry chances are people would go to either of the first two. We are looking to change that and give people a fun and entertaining night out".

Forget what you learned in school. This is poetry at its best.

Click to view Evidently's YouTube channel

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Wednesday, 15 January 2014 11:43

18.2.2014 - Shindig Poetry night, Hebden Bridge

Shindig Spoken word night with Open Mic
Nelsons Wine Bar,
Crown St
Hebden Bridge
West Yorkshire HX7 8EH

Tue 18th February

8pm for 8:30

Free Entry

Special Guest! Rosie Garland

Support- Ian Whiteley

Guest then open mic. 4 minute slots. Every Third Tue of the month.

Compere Winston Plowes 07986 222678

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Wednesday, 15 January 2014 11:17

12.2.2014 - INCITE! Poetry night, London

Incite! Poetry has become the LGBT poetry event in London!

It meets on the second Wednesday of the month from now on. Trudy Howson (award winning poet and actor) is the new volunteer facilitator – why not come along to what has become a truly exciting poetry evening?

The Phoenix Artists Club
1 Phoenix Street
London WC2H 8BU

Free event

7.00pm – 9.30pm

The evening features performance poets, or guests, plus an open mic hour. It is completely fabulous and free!

The first part is normally the performance part and the second half -after an interval – is for Open Mic.

For further information see Facebook Incite Poetry

It starts at 7pm and usually goes on until 9:30pm with free jazz performances for attendees afterwards.

Click here for Camden LGBT Forum website

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THE QUIET COMPERE TOUR OF THE NORTH - FIRST STOP - MANCHESTER

Three Minute Theatre,
Affleck's Arcade
35-39, Oldham Street
Manchester, M1 1JG

FRI 31ST JAN, 2014 Doors at 7:00pm

Sarah L Dixon, The Quiet Compere introduces her ten poets, ten minutes format at the delightful 3 Minute Theatre.

Book for this stunning line-up now as the ticket number are limited.

Jeff Dawson

Rosie Garland

Charlotte Henson

Jackie O'Hagan

Shirley May

Steph Pike

copland smith

Rebecca Audra Smith

Rod Tame

Tony Walsh

The Quiet Compere Tour is 'Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England'.

http://www.wegottickets.com/event/252313

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