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Spoken Word London is an open-mic poetry and performance night for anyone to come and join in, whether to speak or listen. Everyone who wants to speak gets five minutes, but no one gets more than five minutes. Speak in whichever format you want, sharing your own or others' work.

Doors open 7.30pm, sign up for a slot 7.30-8pm, readings begin at 8pm.

Free entry, but please buy a drink (or more) at the bar.


Watch a brilliant short documentary upon SWL and some of its regular readers, made by Amelia Hazlitt, here:

And a feature length film of our first anniversary of SWL 'Anti-Hate', made by Timothy Lock, here:

You can also read an academic dissertation written on SWL here, by William Barns-Graham, on 'Lost in the Moment: Opening Up Utopian Performance With the Lost Generation at Spoken Word London':

SWL host Pat Cash talks about SWL and spoken word in London on Lunar Poetry:

SWL's second anniversary Anti-Hate is covered on Push Pony by Tracy Kawalik:

Time: 7:30pm

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Vogue Fabrics

66 Stoke Newington Road, London, N16 7XB, GB

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Weekly Event (Usually held every Wednesday)

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