Rhythm & Muse and Kingston Writing School Festival 2012

R&M and Kingston Writing School Festival 2012
R&M and Kingston Writing School Festival 2012

Our second festival and another great line-up!

A week of readings, workshops and events featuring:

A.F. Harrold – Schools event at the Rose Theatre, Tuesday 20 November, 10.30 – 11.30 am

Poetry Meets Art – Judith Watts leads a workshop at the Stanley Picker Gallery, Thursday 22 November, 3 – 5pm (places free, but book in advance via Alison Hill – alison-hill@blueyonder.co.uk

Poetry in Performance – interactive workshop led by performance poet Martin Daws, Kingston University, Penrhyn Road, Room JG0001, Saturday 24 November, 11am – 1pm (places free, but book in advance via  Laura Bottomley – L.Bottomley@kingston.ac.uk)

Wendy Cope & Laurence Owen – Lyrical Laughter at Kingston University, Penrhyn Road, Room JG003, Wednesday 28 November, 6-8pm, free)

LiTTLe MACHiNe and Slam at the Ram, hosted by Nick Poole – Thursday 29 November, Ram Jam Club, Kingston, 8.30pm onwards, £6/£5 on the door. Email Alison Hill for more details or to sign up for a slam spot – alison-hill@blueyonder.co.uk 

 

R&M Sunday 10 April 2011

John Cooper Clarke

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Rhythm & Muse will be supporting performance poet John Cooper Clarke at the Rose Theatre in Kingston on Sunday 10 April from 7.30 pm.
We have a great set lined up from R&M favourites LiTTLe MACHiNe and a special performance from slam champion Racker Donnelly and musician Jacqueline Hynes. Hosted by Nick Poole, it’s sure to be a night to remember! Book tickets in advance via the Rose Theatre box office or online at:
www.rosetheatrekingston.org.

This event is in collaboration with the Royal Borough of Kingston Council Arts Office – www.kingston.gov.uk/arts
More dates coming soon.

Thursday 25 March 2010

Rose Theatre Studio
24-26 High Street
Kingston, KT1 1HL

8.30pm, £6/£5

R&M is off on tour again – this time to the Rose Theatre Studio – as part of the Think in Kingston Festival.

Featuring established performance poets Francesca Beard and A F Harrold.

Due to illness, Hannah Rose Tristram is unable to play, but Tim Fulker and Nomi Helfensteller (Nomi and the Points) will infuse the evening with their own blend of mellow acoustic music. A reminder that summer is just around the corner!

Tickets can be booked in advance at www.kingston.gov.uk, but will also be available on the door.
Book early to avoid disappointment!

Francesca Beard

Francesca Beard

AF Harrold

AF Harrold

Nomi and the Points

Nomi and the Points