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Poetry Scum

Thursday November 25th @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Poetry Scum, a celebration of working/under class & activist art, headline poet & musician, open mic all artists welcome, every last Thursday of the month! BOOKING ESSENTIAL (limited availability please book directly through the Poetry Scum page NOT the venue).
All events are run on a pay what you can/feel basis & all donations are split between headliners (suggested donation £3-£5).
Headline poet James Scott-Howes is a poet and rapper from Leicester. He debuted his brand of aggressively positive spoken word in his home town during the winter of 2019. James’ passionate delivery, personal storytelling and near uncontrollable enthusiasm make his performances feel like true outsider art.
Headline musician Alice Lynn is an 18 year old singer songwriter from Nottingham, she has been performing at gigs & festivals since she was 12 years old. Infectious positive vibes & a star in the making, Alice has great stage presence & a brilliant voice. Alice composes & performs her own music & has played at festivals such as Off The Tracks Festival, Sneinton Festival, Dodgestock and Deerstock. She has also played lots of venues around Nottingham such as The Maze, Saltbox, Rough Trade, Head of Steam and the Sumac Centre. You can find her music on Spotify, iTunes and all other streaming platforms under the name Alice Lynn.

 

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Date:
Thursday November 25th
Time:
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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Venue

Sumac Centre
245 Gladstone Street
Nottingham, United Kingdom
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Organizer

Poetry Scum
Email:
poetryscum@gmail.com
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