Posted by The Events Editorial Team
24. Sep, 2012
|September 27, 2012|
Poetry is often considered artsy and soulful; it can also be competitive. We Are Poets is a doco about six British teens in a poetry group, Leeds Young Authors, who are chosen to fly to Washington DC to represent the motherland at Brave New Voices: the world’s most prestigious poetry slam competition. Can they come up with enough rhymes to make it? Watch and learn!
To get into the spirit of all things poetry, local young poets Kirsti K-Dawg Whalen and Nicole Duchesne will perform live poetry. Michelle Dabrowski, host and founder of monthly competitive poetry night Slamalamadingdong, will also be performing her very own poems and will tell peeps what’s going on in Melbourne’s poetry world to get audience members inner poets out there.
WHEN: Thursday 27 September, 8:30pm
WHERE: Bella Union, Trades Hall, cnr Lygon Street & Victoria Parade, Carlton (enter via Lygon Street)
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