Friday, September 28, 2007

WRITE TO IGNITE: the Hackney Festival concludes

Write to Ignite: The Grand Finale

Saturday, September 29, 2007
7:30pm - 10:30pm
Hoxton Hall, London

The Final Chapter
The Write to Ignite Festival grand finale held in Hoxton Hall – beautiful home to Hackney’s musical, theatrical and nonsensical words since 1863 – a day long celebration of words in print and performance.

Tim Turnbull – engaging and entertaining winner of the Arts Foundation’s prize for performance poetry. ‘Truly cutting-edge poetic talent’ – Poetry Review.

Niall O’Sullivan - one of his generation's most original voices. ‘Funny and compassionate’ – Time Out.

Tim Wells - Stamford Hill’s born and bred poet. ‘Verse that excites, entertains, delights and jump-starts your cerebral cortex’ – Phill Jupitus.

Hosted by Nathan Penlington – the UK’s only poet magician. ‘A natural performer, witty, inventive, stylish and original’ - Robert Newman.

Admission £6/£3 concs for evening show
Time 7.30pm

Transport Tube - Liverpool Street or Old Street.
Train - Dalston Kingsland (then bus) or Liverpool Street Station (then bus).
Buses – 67, 149, 242, 243, 394
Booking Booking recommended - contact Festival Box Office. Limited tickets available on the door

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