Milk Poetry on the Downs

Mon Sep 27 2021 at 07:00 pm

Breaking Bread Bristol | Bristol

Milk Poetry
Publisher/HostMilk Poetry
Milk Poetry on the Downs Join Milk Poetry and Spork! as they join poetic forces for an epic spoken-word showcase at The Theatre on the Downs, hosted by Malaika Kegode (Outlier)& featuring Saili Katebe with support from Edward Tripp & Harula Ladd
Milk Poetry selects the finest, freshest poets from the UK and beyond to produce the most nourishing and eclectic spoken word bonanza you could ever hope for.
Spork! is a spoken-word producer in Exeter which delivers events, workshops and artist support across the South West.
Flexible pricing available. This is a double-billing with Moist, Moist, Moist by Chris White. Book both for just £15.

SAILI KATEBE
Saili is a Zambian born writer, performer and workshop facilitator based in the South West of England. His work celebrates the musicality of language and the power of art as a way to connect people. When he is not writing or performing his own work, he actively seeks out opportunities to collaborate with other artists across other disciplines.
Joining Saili are 2 amazing Spork-supported artists making their Bristol debut.

EDWARD TRIPP
Edward is a stand-up poet, writer and visual artist living in Devon, who has previouslybrought his unique brand of spoken word to nights and festivals such as Poetic License, Ooh Beehive and WOMAD. He’s also the current Spork! Slam Champion. Never failing to surprise, baffle and delight, he’s been known to cover himself in yeast and wieldpapier-mache effigies of his mum’s head, whilst delivering profound and universal truths.
“Strange, surreal and side-splittingly funny” - Razz Magazine
“Dave Allen meets David Lynch” - The Spoils Collective

HARULA LADD
Harula is a poet & facilitator based in Totnes who regularly performs her work around Devon. With her practice rooted in community, Harula curates the long-running 'Poem of the Week' in the window of Totnes Community Bookshop, has worked as a Poet in Residence for the Social Prescribing Network, is the current Exeter Slam champion & the creator (and sole librarian) of The Postal Poetry Library. Original, transformative, and possessing of a unique emotional intelligence, Harula’s writing wraps itself around you with the warmth of one of her mum’s brilliant handmade cardigans.

Event Venue & Nearby Stays

Breaking Bread Bristol, Breaking Bread, BS9 1FG Bristol, UK, Bristol, United Kingdom

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