Created and hosted by poet and musician, Chris Redmond (BBC R1,2, 4, XFM, CBBC, SKY Arts), it is a riotous experiment in live literature, music, film and improvisation. Performers are accompanied by The Tongue Fu musicians, who regularly play with the likes of Nostalgia 77, Puppini Sisters, Beardyman DreamTeam, Mad Professor, Massive Attack and Jamie Cullum.

JANUARY LINE-UP:

Zena Edwards – Internationally celebrated poet, singer and theatre maker whose work has featured on BBC and Sky. She has shared stages with Hugh Masekela, The Last Poets and Baba Maal. ‘a superb performer’ – Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

Ross Sutherland – Category destroying genius writer/performer, working across theatre, film, radio and TV. His Imaginary Advice won Gold for Best Fiction at 2018 British Podcast Awards.
‘A true adventurer in form’ – The Stage

Caroline Bird – Multi-award winning poet/playwright with five collections published by Carcanet and plays performed at The Old Vic, Bush Theatre and The Southbank. ‘Her poems burst with linguistic energy’ – TLS

Spoken Word magicians
The Guardian
The leading spoken word show
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Please note: This show is part seated, part standing. Seats on a first-come-first-served basis.

Suitable for ages 16+

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