Tonight's headliner is Julian Isaacs.
Also known as Auntie Pus (The Punk Balladeer), Julian Isaacs first sold his poetry in the corridors of Kensington Market in the early 1970s, and cites his influences as the Children of Albion and the Beats. Currently, following graduating in an English BA from the University of Exeter, he is completing a Creative Writing MA. Julian has recently had poems published in Poems Against Prejudice, Spilling Cocoa Over Martin Amis, and the Plymouth Herald, and has published his dissertation sequence of poems inspired by the Great American Songbook: The Breathless Thrush of Unevensong in chapbook form. His new collection Tears In The Rigging has just been published in May 2017.
Appearing with Julian will be a selection of some of the finest spoken word artists from the south west, hosted by Paignton poet Shelley Szender.
The show starts at 7.45pm, tickets are available from the gallery or on the night for six pounds.
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