Thursday, April 27, 2006

NAOMI WODDIS TO READ AT SENTINEL POETRY LIVE! #2


Just a quick confirmation that Naomi Woddis shall be reading at the forthcoming Sentinel Poetry Live! on the 6th of May, 2006 at the Waterloo Gallery - 14 Baylis Road, London SE1 7AA. Time 7-9pm
Tickets £4/£2 (Students/Concession)

Visit Naomi @ www.myspace.com/naomiwoddis

Wednesday, April 26, 2006

SENTINEL POETRY LIVE! #2 MAY 6, 2006

The second Sentinel Poetry Live event will take place on
Saturday, May 6th, 2006 at the Waterloo Gallery, 14 Baylis Road, London SE1 7AA, Time 7pm-9pm.

Featuring Lola Shoneyin - author of "So All The Time I Was Sitting On An Egg" and "Song Of A Riverbird". Shoneyin shall read selected poems from her two collections and some brand new work.

Also reading on the night:
Naomi Woddis
Paul Lyalls
Lula M.
Chinwe Azubuike
and
John John-Lewis

Tickets: £4/£2 (Students)

Parking is not very good in the area, we recommend you come with public transport.
Tubes: Waterloo, Southwark.
Overground: Waterloo Main, Waterloo East
Buses: 1, 78, 171, 172, 176, 188

Here are the details again:

Waterloo Gallery
14 Baylis Road
London
SE1 7AA

The gallery is 3 doors away from The Book Warehouse, on Baylis Road/Waterloo Road and diagonally across the road from The Old Vic theatre.

Would you like to read at this event or a future date? Why not drop me a line live@sentinelpoetry.org.uk, or call me 07812 755751

Nnorom Azuonye

Sunday, April 02, 2006

First Sentinel Poetry Live Event

It was a commando style affair. Organised in just 6 days, attacked by tube emergencies and roadworks outside the venue that many several of guest not get there, but in the end it turned out to be a fantastic and memorable evening. Pictures forthcoming courtesy of Molara Wood and Obemata.

The evening started with two poems by Molara Wood, then followed by two poems by Nnorom Azuonye, and then Obemata read his new work "My Country, My Homeland". Poet and novelist Toni Kan visiting from Nigeria also read three poems from one of his poetry collections, ending with a love poem that brought Azuonye back up to read one love poem before Esiaba Irobi finally took to the stage reading powerful pieces powerfully from his latest collection "Why I Don't Like Philip Larkin & Other Poems"

The Sentinel Poetry Live events will now take place on the first Saturday of every month at the Waterloo Gallery, 14 Baylis Road, London SE1 7AA
Contact Tel: 07812 755 751