Sunday, June 06, 2010

BRIGHTON: Naomi Foyle & Sarah Hymas launches

Monday, June 7th, 2010, 7:30pm for 8pm £5/£4
Iambic Arts Theatre
Regent Street
Above Bell Book and Candle on Gardner Street.
Entrance is at the back of the building.

You are warmly invited to kick off the World Cup with a celebration of world music and the launch of two new poetry collections from Waterloo Press:

The World Cup
by Naomi Foyle
Poems about travel, football, love, and struggles for justice in Mexico, Northern Ireland and Palestine. The book contains an extended sequence of poems based on the author's involvement with the Palestine solidarity movement since the 2008-2009 bombing of Gaza. Author's proceeds will be donated to the Free Gaza flotilla.

by Sarah Hymas
Poems exploring the concepts of heritage and territory, rooted in a Yorkshire family business and its effects on three generations of men and women. The author is a skilled sailor and gardener, and a love of the natural world is passionately evident in her work.

with music from

Linos Wengara Magaya
One of the UK's foremost mbiri players

Los Bonobos
Eccentric French/German cabaret duo

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