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|Weston-super-Mare||8th July 2021||
The Spoke's LIVE (yes, you read that correctly) poetry and music event on Thursday 8th July at 7.30pm in Weston-super-Mare's magical Old Town Quarry.
Theatre Orchard's SPOKEASY Poetry and Music Night will feature poetry from The Spoke - Elizabeth Parker, Abeer Ameer, Robert Walton and Claire Williamson - plus acoustic sets from from superb singer-songwriter Mark Ely, frontman for ace rock-soul band Eastertown. Grab your tickets as it's going to be awesome. Tickets �5, available via:
|Via Zoom||8th July 2021||
Sheena Bradley�s first pamphlet �Painting My Japan� has just been published by Impspired. There will be a free pamphlet launch on Zoom on 8th July 2021 at 7pm, compered by Anna Saunders and with guest readers Catherine Graham, Jo Weston, Niall M Oliver, Jason Conway and Steve Cawte.
The pamphlet is available directly from Sheena by emailing her on email@example.com at a reduced price, (including UK postage) at �6.50 (payable on PayPal)
or from Amazon.
�1 from each sale will be donated to UNHCR.
|Via Zoom||Summer 2021||
Cheltenham Poetry Festival - many online events through the summer.
Death of Pablo Neruda
Ariel Dorfman's story about the death of Chile’s greatest poet, Pablo Neruda, and how his funeral became a powerful act of resistance against the brutal Pinochet dictatorship. Film by Ram Devineni. Watch for free at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_88Z-jHNbG8
|Online||Summer 2021||Ginsberg’s Karma is an insightful and entertaining look at a transformative phase in the poet Allen Ginsberg’s life -- his first trip to India in 1962 would transform him into America’s first hippie. While in India, he experimented with mind-altering drugs, spiritualism, and became a political activist. The documentary follows poet Bob Holman as he travels to India to piece together Ginsberg’s life there, and interviews many of the writers who knew him during his trip. Ginsberg’s adventures and what he experienced in India are the bridge between the Beat generation of the 1950s to the hippie counterculture of the 1960s in America. Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Distributed by Virginia Quarterly Review. Watch free at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cl0iH7xUENo|