Apples and Snakes present a programme of acclaimed featured acts and up-and-coming artists, plus their renowned open mic.

May sees Yomi Ṣode hosting an incredible line up of poets, including:

Salena Godden is an award-winning author, poet and broadcaster of Jamaican-mixed heritage. Her debut novel Mrs Death Misses Death won the Indie Book Award for Fiction and the People’s Book Prize, and was shortlisted for the British Book Awards and the Gordon Burn Prize

Jeremiah Brown is a Black British-Jamaican writer and actor based in Croydon. He creates art that explores relationship, mental health, family and faith.

Chloë Clarke  is a queer, disabled poet raised in the midlands, living in London. Their current work explores ideas of shame and how disabled bodies interact with the world.

Kobie Dee is a 26-year-old Gomeroi artist from Maroubra in South Sydney, Bidjigal Land. With an innate gift for storytelling and connecting with young people, Kobie Dee is one of the exciting new voices in Australian hip hop.


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