Tuesday, 17 September 2013

Split Screen, London, England 11th October 2013

And while we are talking about the South Bank here is another fine offering.

Split Screen: Poetry Inspired by Film & Television

After more than a year of touring the provinces and poetry festivals, Split Screen finally washes up here. An evening of poetry inspired by movies and television from the anthology published by Red Squirrel Press.

Hosted by editor Andy Jackson, tonight's line-up include the wonderful Brian Johnstone, Dzifa Benson, Naomi Woddis, Paul McGrane, Helen Ivory, Martin Figura, Ira Lightman, and the inimitable Sally Evans. Poems will range from The Sweeney to The Clangers. What - as they say - is not to like. And you can go on the Tube and cross over that river in London too.

Tickets £8 from the Southbank Centre box office. The event runs from 7pm until 9pm. Enjoy!

More information available here https://www.facebook.com/events/290941471047500/?notif_t=plan_user_invited

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