Posts Tagged ‘poetry’

Poetry Group

Saturday, September 21st, 2013
Writers Forum Workshop North

Writers Forum Workshop North

Title: Poetry Group
Location: Terrace
Date: 23-11-2013
Start Time: 14:00
End Time: 16:00

Hosted by Gareth Twose,

An experimental poetry writing workshop run by Writers’ Forum North.  Bring photocopies of a poem by someone you like and one of your own poems – for constructive feedback.  Anyone welcome.

Poetry Group

Thursday, July 11th, 2013
Writers Forum Workshop North

Writers Forum Workshop North

Title: Poetry Group
Location: Terrace
Date: 26-10-2013
Start Time: 14:00
End Time: 16:00

Hosted by Gareth Twose,

An experimental poetry writing workshop run by Writers’ Forum North.  Bring photocopies of a poem by someone you like and one of your own poems – for constructive feedback.  Anyone welcome.

A.Happening

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010
A.Happening with Adrian Slatcher

A.Happening with Adrian Slatcher

Title: A.Happening
Location: MadLab
Description: Mixed arts event with launch of Adrian Slatcher’s poetry pamphlet “Extracts from Levona”
Start Time: 15:00
Date: 2010-05-08
End Time: 17:30

To celebrate the launch of his poetry pamphlet “Extracts from Levona” from Knives, Forks and Spoons Press, Adrian Slatcher will be doing an afternoon reading at Madlab. The event will also include a full supporting programme including short films, sound art in performance, and live music.

Please arrive any time after 3.00pm – the performances will start around 3.30pm and last just over an hour. There will be drinks available an opportunity to buy a signed copy of the pamphlet.

FULL PROGRAMME
3.00 Opens – browse the bookstall and have a glass of wine
3.25 Introduction by Ms. Shannon
3.30 A Unique Sound Performance by Matt Dalby
Matt is a unique performer. He deconstructs words into sounds, and treats sounds like syllables. A poet, but also a sound artist, each time I’ve seen him it’s been a different, unique piece. As a long time admirer of his work I’m so pleased he’s agreed to perform at this event.
Recent performances from Matt at the Crescent in Salford can be listened to here.
3.50 Films I
“As part of the Tower of Babel Festival at Contact Theatre , Community Arts Northwest ran a film cabaret over a weekend at the Lets Go Global studio in Old Trafford. The weekend was designed to bring together asylum seekers, refugees and filmmakers.”
Film Making with Lets Go Global
4.00 Adrian Slatcher reads from “Extracts from Levona” – and answers questions about the work.
He can be heard reading (juxtaposition #4) here.
4.30 Films II
4.40 This is Chichi
“This is Chichi is a singer songwriter, girl guitarist and multi-instrumentalist from Manchester, UK. She creates original songs on the six-string by blending unusual songcraft with a unique take on harmony and melody.”
Listen here.

FULL PROGRAMME

3:00 Opens – browse the bookstall and have a glass of wine

3:25 Introduction by Ms. Shannon

3:30 A Unique Sound Performance by Matt Dalby

Matt is a unique performer. He deconstructs words into sounds, and treats sounds like syllables. A poet, but also a sound artist, each time I’ve seen him it’s been a different, unique piece. As a long time admirer of his work I’m so pleased he’s agreed to perform at this event.

Recent performances from Matt at the Crescent in Salford can be listened to here.

3:50 Films I

“As part of the Tower of Babel Festival at Contact Theatre , Community Arts Northwest ran a film cabaret over a weekend at the Lets Go Global studio in Old Trafford. The weekend was designed to bring together asylum seekers, refugees and filmmakers.”

4:00 Adrian Slatcher reads from “Extracts from Levona” – and answers questions about the work.

He can be heard reading (juxtaposition #4) here.

4:30 Films II

4:40 This is Chichi

“This is Chichi is a singer songwriter, girl guitarist and multi-instrumentalist from Manchester, UK. She creates original songs on the six-string by blending unusual songcraft with a unique take on harmony and melody.”

Listen here.

All are welcome. We hope to run further “happenings” at Madlab in the coming months. More details available from adrian.slatcher@gmail.com (@adrianslatcher) or you can listen to a recording from the pamphlet and get an update on the programe at ahappening.wordpress.com