Roger McGough to talk about poetry and pop at the Troubadour

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Renowned poet Roger McGough, presenter of BBC’s Poetry Please, member of the 60s pop group Scaffold, and one of the Liverpool poets, alongside Brian Patten and Adrian Henri, whose The Mersey Sound anthology became a poetry bestseller, will be appearing at Coffee-House Poetry at the Troubadour in west London, on Monday 3 November. McGough, who has been awarded the OBE and CBE for services to poetry, and is president of the Poetry Society, will be reading and also taking part in a Q&A session with poet, musician & broadcaster CL Dallat about poetry and pop, shaping popular attitudes to poetry over a generation, and crossing media boundaries. There will also be songs from jazz singer-songwriter Bernadette Reed. More details and Map 

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