Poets, writers and storytellers take to the stage to perform live, amplified by the improvisation genius of the Tongue Fu band and masterful live visuals.
You won’t believe it till you see it. Experience mind-blowing collaboration-in-motion, only at Tongue Fu.
Tongue Fu is one of the UK’s leading spoken word and music shows. Created and hosted by poet and musician Chris Redmond (BBC R1, 2, 4, Sky Arts), it’s a riotous and critically-acclaimed experiment in live literature, music, film and improvisation.
November line-up features:
Raymond Antrobus – 2019 winner of Rathbone Folio Prize for “the best work of literature of the year, regardless of form”. Also winner of Ted Hughes Award and Sunday Times & The Guardian Poetry Book Of The Year 2018. A Hackney poet winning the world.
Sanah Ahsan – Queer Pakistani Muslim Womxn, Trainee Clinical Psychologist, Spoken Word Artist and Winner of 2019 Outspoken Prize for Performance Poetry. Smart headed, sharp suited superhero.
Jake Wild Hall – Multiple Slam Champion, Winner of Spirit of the PBH Free Fringe, host of London’s much loved Boomerang Club and co-director of Bad Betty Press. Warm, witty, hard hitting word wrangler.
Tongue Fu musicians also play with Nostalgia 77, Puppini Sisters, Beardyman, Massive Attack and Mad Professor.