Monday, 8th October, 2012, 7.30pm start, £3 / £2 student/OAP
The Sozzled Sausage,
This month's special guest poet is the wonderful Eleanor Brown.
Passionate, articulate and graced with a profound simplicity, Eleanor Brown’s words and music embrace life’s joys, sorrows and beauty, weaving folk tales and broken hearts into a broad tapestry that includes barn raising, train journeys and anarchistic farmers. Eleanor’s poems and songs call out to the need in each of us to connect with nature, ourselves and one another.
Syl Cheney-Coker and Joanna Skelt will be performing a taster duo slot.
A chance to hear one of Sierra Leone's most renowned poets.
See below for information about an informal supper and discussion at the Sozzled Sausage with Syl and Joanna that will take place at 6 p.m, before PRG open mic night.
DEFINITELY AN EVENING NOT TO BE MISSED!
With open mic support from…….yes……YOU!
SIERRA LEONIAN POET IN LEAMINGTON ON OCTOBER 8TH
Syl Cheney-Coker is one of Sierra Leone’s most renowned poets; his poetry emerges from the Creole culture of hiscountry.
You are invited to join Syl and Joanna Skelt a Birmingham based poet who has lived in Sierra Leone for an informal supper and discussion about West African literature, cross cultural work, and sharing of poems at the Sozzled Sausage Public House in Regent Street (far eastern end CV32 4NX ) at 6 pm on October 8th
If you would like to come to the supper, it would help if you could text me or leave a message on 07848 026 186 as soon as you can so I can reserve a suitably sized area at the Sozzled Sausage.