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October 2017

National Hate Crime Awareness Week

14 October - 21 October
St. Paul’s Cathedral,
London, United Kingdom
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I have been commissioned to write the theme poem for National Hate Crime Awareness Week and will be performing it on Sunday afternoon, 15th October 2017, for the launch of the week at St. Paul's Cathedral. The week will run from 14th-21st October 2017. I will be performing my poem, Hatred Hurts Us All, at St. Paul's We stand together, United in our call. “There is no place for hatred.” Cos hatred, hurts us all. Whatever your age or gender, Religion,…

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National Hate Crime Awareness Week: Acland Burghley

19 October @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Acland Burghley,
93 Burghley Rd, London NW5 1UJ
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I am working with the Metropolitan Police and their schools officer, and will be performing poetry in the foyer of Acland Burghley school from 1-2pm on 19th October!

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Bloomsbury Festival

19 October @ 6:30 pm - 21 October @ 5:00 pm

Poetry talks and performances @ Bloomsbury Festival.  Multiple events / performances: Thursday 19th October – ‘The Path’ – 6:30PM @ Camden Centre, Euston Road, Kings Cross, WC1H 9JE Screening of the film ‘The Pass’ followed by panel and audience discussion based around themes of race and homosexuality. Price TBC.   Saturday 21st October – ‘Love, Lust and Loathing in the Bloomsbury Literati’ – 8PM @ My Bloomsbury Hotel 11-13 Bayley Street, Bedford Square, WC1 B3HD Lively, interactive evening with friends…

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National Hate Crime Awareness Week: Westminster Kingsway

20 October @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

I am working with the Metropolitan Police and their schools officer, and will be performing poetry in Westminster Kingsway for NHCAW.

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November 2017

Incite@ThePhoenix – Trans Visibility Month

8 November @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Phoenix Artist Club,
1 Phoenix Street
London, WC2H 8BU United Kingdom
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Celebrating the T in our LGBTQ+ community.  November 20th marks Trans Day of Remembrance. An evening showcasing LGBTQ+ poetry as diverse as we are in an iconic West End venue and hosted by LGBT Poet Laureate. Free entry with retiring collection during the evening.

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