Spoken Word - Thursday 5th August 2010 - Write to Speak at The Adelphi Club, Hull with Special Guest Dennis Wild.
Following Write to Speak presents: They f*** you up... at Hull Truck, part of the Larkin25 festival, Write to Speak in association with www.thisisUll.com will be hosting a spoken word event at The Adelphi Club, DeGrey Street, Hull on Thursday 5th August.
Hosted by Mike Watts, Write to Speak at The Adelphi will feature performances from the participants of the first Write to Speak performance poetry workshop series, as well as a set from special guest Dennis Wild, an Adelaide based poet.
Dennis moved to South Australia from Manchester in 1980.
Since then he has been actively involved in folk music, storytelling and poetry. In 2005 he released his well received experimental spoken word/poetry CD "Both Sides Yesterday", and his poetry chapbook "Just North of Bewilderment" was published early last year.
He was a finalist in the Australian National Slam Poetry Competition held in Sydney 2007.
Thursday 5th August 2010
Write to Speak at The Adelphi
De Grey Street, Hull
Show starts 8pm Entrance £2
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