Keats House Poets Presents…We Are Poets special!

The Keats House Poets present:
A chilled out Sunday afternoon of (FREE) poetry and spoken word…

and a (FREE) amazing film!!

With performances from:
Raymond Antrobus
Simon Mole
Deanna Rodger
Dean Atta
Kaamil Ahmed

The Albany Young Poets

Runner up young poets of the UK National ‘Shake The Dust’ Slam which was the official Olympic youth slam coached by Dzifa Benson & Raymond Antrobus.

As well as a screening of hit documentary WE ARE POETS, which as a special treat will be followed by a Q & A with the director! Boom!

To attend you must book a place by phoning 020 7332 3868

Where: Keats House, Keats Grove, London. NW3 2RR.
Nearest tube: Hamstead Heath.

What: Keats House Poets are back, launching our autumn season with this bumper package of free poetry goodness!

The event will start promptly at 3pm, and due to the film screening, open mic slots may be limited so best to arrive early for the chance to perform at this prestigious venue!

The film screening will begin at 3.45pm, and the event as a whole will be done by about 5.30/6 pm

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WE ARE POETS presents a moving and inspirational story of youth, art and freedom of expression, as a remarkable team of six British teenagers are chosen to represent the UK at Brave New Voices: the most prestigious Poetry Slam competition in the world. From their inner city lives in Northern England, to a stage in front of the White House in Washington DC, the young poets explosively lay bare the concerns of a generation as they take on the world and prepare for a transformational journey of a lifetime.

Cinematic, imaginative and uniquely honest, WE ARE POETS is a moving testament to the power of creativity, community and the dynamism of young people. Anyone tempted to dismiss today’s youth as politically apathetic better pay heed: here is electrifying evidence to the contrary.

Find out more here: http://wearepoets.co.uk/

KEATS HOUSE is a museum. A vibrant, thriving museum dedicated to the poetry of John Keats, and to poetry in general. But it is a museum none the less. As well as supporting the development of young poets, the Forum has been established to ensure that on top of honoring the poetry of the past, Keats house is also a platform for the poetry of the future!
POETRY LIVES HERE!

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