Legendary poet Linton Kwesi Johnson to headline at Poetry Loves Dance
Poetry loves Dance is an evening of spoken word, movement, culture and good vibes. Drummers drum, poets share and the DJ keeps the good vibes rolling with the music played in the interval. Scheduled for May 22nd at Roxy Bar and Screen in Borough, the event will be headlined by ambassador and master wordsmith of British dub poetry - Linton Kwesi Johnson (LKJ). Watch: Linda Kwesi Johnson - Inglan is a bitch
The show takes place in a lounge setting, comfortably marrying theatre, night club and cabaret for a unique, mid week night out, where age ranges mix, blend and allow themselves to be edutained.
Date: Thursday 22nd May 2013
Time: Doors open at 7pm, show starts at 8pm
Location: Roxy Bar and Screen, 128-132 Borough High Street, SE1 1LB
Tickets: £15 / For bookings call: 07730469713 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The event is hosted by Sheba of Sheba Montserrat Productions. Sheba is a teacher of dance, a choreographer and performance poet Sheba is able to enjoy communicating with an audience physically and or vocally. Through performance poetry she shares social observations, humour, personal insights and visions. Sheba was one of the first five graduates to gain a Diploma in African and Caribbean Dance a course pioneered by IRIE! dance theatre in partnership with City and Islington College which was accredited by Birkbeck University. (This course was the predecessor to the current Dance Foundation Degree that IRIE! dance theatre offers in partnership with City & Islington College and London Metropolitan University).
Sheba’s qualification as a community dance teacher empowers her passion to teach. She firmly believes that: Age, gender and differing physical abilities should never be considered obstacles or barriers on the way to sharing movement with others.