All past Events & Workshops

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CANCELLED- BRISTOL - Translate Argentinian poet Silvina Giaganti with Leo Boix.

CANCELLED- BRISTOL - Translate Argentinian poet Silvina Giaganti with Leo Boix.

CANCELLED Come translate Silvina Giaganti at the Bristol Poetry Institute with poets Nia Davies and Leo Boix. Giaganti is an Argentinian philosopher and writer whose poetry deals with love loss and belonging

The Bristol Poetry Institute
Helen Wodehouse Building, room 3.13
Berkeley Square
Bristol
BS8 1JA
CANCELLED: MANCHESTER Yorùbá Poetry Workshop at the Manchester Poetry Library

CANCELLED: MANCHESTER Yorùbá Poetry Workshop at the Manchester Poetry Library

Translate Yorùbá poet Túbọ̀sún Ọládàpọ̀ at the Manchester Poetry Library with Nia Davies and Kọ́lá Túbọ̀sún. Ọládàpọ̀ is a Nigerian poet, playwright and radio-personality.

Manchester Poetry Library
Manchester Metropolitan University
70 Oxford Road
Manchester
M1 5NH
Many Places to Call Home

Many Places to Call Home

Part of: Bejan Matur Tour 2020

Join us for an evening of poetry, music and discussion inspired by ideas of nomadic existence, having many places that you call home and how different landscapes shape the art that you create.

Senate House
University of London
Malet Street
London
WC1E 7HU
Abigail Parry at the Free Verse Poetry Book Fair

Abigail Parry at the Free Verse Poetry Book Fair

Come see Award-Winning Poet Abigail Parry at the Poetry Book Fair where she will be reading poems by the Cuban poet Legna Rodríguez Iglesias in Spanish and English.


25 Red Lion Square,
Holborn
London
WC1R 4RL
Coalesce 东弦西渐 - Poetry and Music

Coalesce 东弦西渐 - Poetry and Music

Blending together the sounds of turntables, piano, guqin, and erhu, the musicians create an immersive and mesmerising backdrop for the poems of Yu Yoyo, a post-90s Chinese poet, read live on stage by Yu’s translator AK Blakemore.

King's Place
90 York Way
London
N1 9AG
Refugee Awareness Week Exhibition & Open Mic 2020

Refugee Awareness Week Exhibition & Open Mic 2020

Part of: Youth Events

Goldsmiths STAR Society and Goldsmiths English PEN Society host this open mic and exhibition of work responding to the poem ‘Catastrophe’ by Somali poet Weedhsame.

The New Cross House
316 New Cross Road
London
SE14 6AF
Pizza & Poetry Workshop

Pizza & Poetry Workshop

Part of: Youth Events

As part of their Refugee Awareness Week, The Goldsmith STAR Society hosts a pizza fuled workshop looking at the poem ‘Catastrophe’ by the Somali poet Weedhsame.

Mughead Coffee
359 New Cross Road,
London
SE14 6AT
Wikipedia Break-Out Workshop Part 2

Wikipedia Break-Out Workshop Part 2

Part of: Youth Events

Our second Wikipedia Break-Out Workshop. Help burst the internet’s anglophone bubble. Part 2: Leaping into action: adding new wiki pages about international poets.

The Albany
The Albany
Douglas Way
London
SE8 4AG
CANCELLED - Wikipedia Break-Out Workshop Part 1

CANCELLED - Wikipedia Break-Out Workshop Part 1

Part of: Youth Events

Help Wikipedia break out from anglophone bias & learn online activism skills. Part 1: learn the skills needed to edit Wikipedia and choose poets to research.

Unfortunately, his event has been cancelled. There is another Wikipedia Break-Out Workshop session scheduled for 18 January 2020. Apologies for any inconvenience.

Poetry Translation Centre
The Albany
Douglas Way
London
SE8 4AG

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