ALT B: Poetry & Me Live

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03 Aug

Poetry & Me is an evening of live poetry and conversations brought to you by A The Poet, a Zimbabwean born creative from Leeds currently living in West London.

A The Poet hosts a variety of poets from across the world as they share their journey into writing. She explores their writing techniques, the way they get over writer’s block and what initially brought them to poetry.

Expect to be inspired and entertained by amazing spoken word poets and writers. Their journeys are not the same but they all share a passion for storytelling!

Open Mic slots will be available at the end of the evening, please provide your name when checking in with one of the Poetry & Me Team.


This event is presented as part of the Bush Theatre’s ALT B programme – a platform for creatives, makers and performers across artforms.

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03 August 7:30pmFrom £10

  • Student / Under 30: From £7.50
  • Unemployed/Unwaged: From £7.50
  • Access: From £7.50
  • Standard: From £10
  • Feeling Generous: From £15
  • Personal Assistant (Access Companion): From £7.50
Running time approx 2 hours 30 minutes

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SCRIPT LIBRARY

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