About this Event
Join us on Wednesday 4th October to launch Issue 5 of
We will be celebrating with readings from Michelle Penn, S. P Hannaway. Rodney Wood and Michael Tigchelaar. The evening will also include performances by TwoFold Theatre (contemporary dancer Jan Wood and Laurie Case), Isabella Gasparini (Ballet Dancer, Royal Ballet), Theatre Voliere (Mick Wood) Marco Marconi (jazz piano) and Jakub Cywinski (double bass). We will also be announcing the winners of the Pomegranate Poetry Theatre Competition, judged by Mark Baldwin OBE and Martin Figura. Winning entries will be performed at our upcoming 3-day festival at the Cockpit Theatre in Marylebone, in association with Theatre Voliere.
Copies of the new issue will be available to purchase on the night. The event will take place at Westminster Reference Library at 6-7:30pm, followed by drinks at the Cork & Bottle.
Jakub Cywinski: https://www.instagram.com/jakubcyw/?hl=en
Marco Marconi: http://www.marcomarconi.com/
TwoFold Theatre: https://www.instagram.com/twofolddancetheatre/
Mick Wood Theatre Voliere: https://www.theatrevoliere.com/
Isabella Gasparini (ballet dancer) https://www.isabellagasparini.com/
Michelle Penn: https://michellepennwriter.com/
Founded in 1948, Westminster Music Library holds one of the largest public collections of sheet music and music books in the UK. We are part of the Westminster and Kensington & Chelsea BiBorough Library Service, and our materials are free to use and borrow.
This recital is part of our free live events series. Join us every Wednesday at 12:30 for a lunchtime concert.
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Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Westminster Music Library, 35 Saint Martin's Street, London, United Kingdom