Open Mic Event
Are you a poet?
Do you like reading and listening to poetry?
Writers, readers and listeners are all welcome to a most informal evening of poetry upstairs in the Kirkgate Centre Auditorium.
Come along and share your own poems or your favourite poems by other authors.
Poets and audience will share the space as the poems work their way around the room.
It's a sort of open mic, but with no tech. Each person will recite or read one poem and then we move on to the next. If time allows you'll get chance to read three or four poems over the course of the evening.
It's for listeners too, not just writers. Lovers of poetry and the spoken word who would like to just sit and enjoy the prose are most welcome too.
It's NOT a writing group where suggestions or criticisms can be made.
It's an easy, relaxed gathering in the auditorium, with a mix of tables and chairs or theatre seating to sit upon and refreshments available throughout the evening from the theatre bar.
And just because it's in the auditorium it doesn't mean you can't leave your seat until the intervals, think bar rather than theatre.
In between rounds there's a short interval and chance to chat with folks in the room.
It's an evening of just poetry.
Poetry of all types, styles, levels and topics.
And if you have never shared your works in public before don’t worry. Once you settle in for the evening you’ll soon see you’re not really in public and you’ll love it.
Doors open at 7.45pm and the entry fee is a minimum donation of £2.50, but you can contribute more if you'd like.
Poets Out Loud, the second Wednesday of every month 8.00pm - 10.30pm
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Time: 8:00pm (Doors open 19.45)
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