Category Archives: The Bike Shed Theatre

Congratulations to Saskia Tomlinson, Exeter Poetry Festival slam queen 2013!

Tim King, Saskia Tomlinson and Morwenna Griffiths

Tim King, Saskia Tomlinson and Morwenna Griffiths

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Jo Shapcott reading ‘Go Inside the Tree’, appearing at Exeter Poetry Festival on Thursday October 3rd

As a preview of Jo Shapcott’s reading at the Exeter Barnfield Theatre on Thursday October 3rd at 7.30pm when she will be sharing the stage with Sean O’Brien, here she recites ‘Go Inside the Tree’:

 

Fringe Sunday Part 2: Exeter Poetry Slam, 6th October 7.30pm, The Bike Shed Theatre

Exeter Poetry Festival Slam 2013 hosted by Morwenna Griffiths and Tim King

Exeter Poetry Festival Slam 2013 hosted by Morwenna Griffiths and Tim King

Sunday 6th October 2013

EXETER POETRY SLAM 2013 hosted by Morwenna Griffiths and Tim King
The Bikeshed Theatre, 7.30pm – £5
Tickets from The Bikeshed box office or phone 01392 434169
To take part email slam@speakinsong.co.uk

12 of the finest poetic performers in the south-west will go head-to-head in the fourth instalment of this annual competition hosted by Morwenna Griffiths and Tim King un the convivial surroundings of Exeter’s The Bikeshed Theatre

The Bike Shed Theatre bar - quiet before the storm

The Bike Shed Theatre bar – quiet before the storm

Taking the Mic co-presenters Morwenna Griffiths and Tim King proudly host the fourth Exeter Poetry Slam!

12 of the finest poetic performers in the South West will go head to head in the 4th instalment of this annual competition. Previous winners include Ian Royce Chamberlain, Robert Garnham and Daniel Haynes, so expect the very highest standard of competition.

The Slam will be held over three rounds, comprising three heats, a semi-final and final. The winner of each heat and the two highest scoring runners-up will qualify for the semi-final. The two highest scoring poets in the semi-final will compete head-to-head in the final.

To apply to take part, please email: slam@speakinsong.co.uk

Slam! poets will also be asked to supply a biographical note of no more than 40 words (strict maximum)  by Monday 30th September 2013, to be read by the referees to introduce each contestant to the audience.

12 contestants, 3 rounds, 1 winner, much kudos.

Prizes and judges to be confirmed.

Tickets £5.  Free with a Membership.