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SPINE Festival – Meet the Boroughs of Bromley and Lewisham

Ahead of SPINE Festival in March, we’re getting to know some of the boroughs involved, next up… Bromley and Lewisham

Introducing Bromley…

There are 14 libraries across the borough of Bromley, providing the local community with an array of great facilities and meeting places, including rooms and halls for hire.

Bromley Central Library is the largest of all the libraries in the borough, with a diverse programme of reading groups and children’s activities taking place throughout each month.

Visit Beckenham Library in the borough of Bromley …

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June Snakebasket Extracts

These are extracts from June’s Snakebaskets. Sign up here to receive the whole message!

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From London Coordinator Russell

Hi there, poetry-pickers. Join us, if you will, on a journey into the centre of 2013, in a month that, like an ill-cast pantomime-horse, is considerably more substantial in its posterior than in its front bit. We’ll be proffering paternally prandial poetry at St Thomas’s Hospital on the 17th, with our Fathers’ Day Spoken Word Lunch. And Storycraft also on the 17th will be delighting those immediate products …

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March Snakebasket Extracts

These are extracts from March’s Snakebaskets. Sign up here to receive the whole message!

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I don’t know about you, but I feel like things are constantly speeding up in the poetry world. Wouldn’t you agree? Take a look!

The big news this month is the launch of Level Up on the 28th in collaboration with Write Down Speak Up and with the support of a grant from the Birmingham City Council. It’s a quality spoken word night aimed squarely at young people – if you’re aged between 12-19, …

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January Snakebasket Extracts

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From London Coordinator Russell
Gosh, can you believe it’s 2013? When I was a lad, there was a TV programme called Space: 1999, in which glamorous aliens underwent full-body molecular transformation in the time in takes you or me to make a cup of tea. A neat link, there, to The Rememberers, Kenny Baraka’s spectacular sci-fi spoken-word show. Imagine if you knew all the accumulated knowledge of your ancestors. (Think how full …

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