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Pop Up Poetry - Jamming for Oxfam

Pop Up Poetry's October gig was dedicated to collecting for Oxfam as part of Oxjam month, and we succeeded in collecting donations of £70 from an enthusiastic audience, as well as enjoying a brilliant evening of song and poetry - our tenth monthly event this year.

Dónall Dempsey hosted with his customary blend of Irish charm, persuasion (that's how we collected the £70!) and teasing banter ...

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Pop Up Poetry Jamming for Oxfam

Pop Up Poetry at the Bar des Arts in Guildford in October succeeded in raising £70 for Oxfam through voluntary donations at what is normally a free night of poetry, songs and spoken word. We had a great time, with the Leano, Cathy Flower and Steve Pottinger adding their magic to a line up of fantastic open mic contributors, including some new faces whom we're looking forward to inviting back as...

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Pagan Poetry in Guildford

Dónall Dempsey & Jan Windle's Pagan Poetry event on Tuesday 1st May at the Bar Des Arts was another amazing evening of spoken word, spiced with double bass and various tympany by the AntiPoet (Paul Eccentric and Ian Newman) and the quiet craziness of Will Hames. Paul aired some of his poetry unaccompanied, too, with his usual intensity and aplomb. Both features were an instant hit with the Guil...

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