Book now for our Celebration of Spoken Word at Wokingham Library on Thursday April 28, 2016

Come along to Wokingham Library on Thursday April 28 at 6.45pm to 8pm, for an evening of Spoken Word performances with Steven Camden and A F Harrold.

Places must be booked by calling Wokingham Library on  (0118) 978 1368 , £4 charge.


Polarbear promo picSteven Camden is a lead collaborator with Akram Khan company for their award winning piece ‘DESH’, led and directed the ‘Sound and Fury’ project for RSC, has run the Roundhouse poetry collective since 2009, as well as devising and leading creative writing and performance projects for Battersea Arts Centre, the Albany, Unicorn Theatre, Birmingham REP and many others.  His work has featured extensively on BBC Radio 1, 3, 4 and 6.  His first Young Adult novel TAPE was published in January 2014 to rave reviews and his second IT’S ABOUT LOVE was published June 2015.

A magnificent beard by Naomi WoddisA.F. Harrold is a poet and children’s writer based in Reading. He has run South Street Art Centre’s monthly Poet’s Café night for over ten years and has been Creative Writing Fellow at Reading University.  His children’s books include the rather funny Fizzlebert Stump series of circus adventures and the slightly spooky novel The Imaginary. His adult poetry collections are published by Reading’s Two Rivers Press and his latest children’s collection, Things You Find In A Poet’s Beard (with illustrations by Children’s Laureate Chris Riddell), is published by the Bristol small press Burning Eye.

Books will be on sale at the end of the evening, courtesy of Chapter One Bookshop, Woodley.




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