18/06/2019 : That What She Said Brs Feat D Bi Young Anitafrika

That's What She Said BRS: feat. D'bi Young Anitafrika

CityBristol
CountyBristol (GB017)
Date18/06/2019
Hours19:00
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Tel 2019-06-18
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That What She Said Brs Feat D Bi Young Anitafrika

That's What She Said is "feminism at its ruthless best." - (Blouinart), "the biggest spoken word night in London for women" (Evening Standard) and was shortlisted for Best Spoken Word Night in the UK (Saboteur Awards). Expect fierce, fabulous, feminist spoken word, hosted by DIY punk poet, Bridget Hart. As always, we'll be showcasing the best new writing and performance by womxn and non-binary writers, featuring iconic and emerging authors with a mix of performance, poetry, storytelling, slam and more. LINE-UP FOR TUESDAY 18th JUNE ⭐ d'bi.young anitafrika ⭐Jamaican born and raised d’bi.young anitafrika, is a queer Black feminist artist. Canadian Poet of Honor, YWCA Woman of Distinction in the Arts, and three-time Dora Award winning playwright-performer, d’bi.young is internationally celebrated for her work as a Dub poet, monodramatist, director, dramaturge and educator.

Addressing issues of gender, sexuality, race, class, inequality, and the human condition, through her radical interdisciplinary arts practices, d’bi.young has written, performed & published four collections of poetry, nine plays and seven dub poetry albums. She is the founding Artistic Director Emeritus of the Watah Theatre where she taught emerging and established BIQTPOC artists in Canada (2008-2018) and the founding Creative Director of the Anitafrika Retreat Centre where she teaches artists globally. d’bi.young’s latest projects include her newly published dubbin poetry: the collected poems of d’bi.young anitafrika, and concrete jungle - a new monodrama exploring entangled identities and personal emancipation.BETH CALVERLEY Beth Calverley is a poet, creative coach and founder of The Poetry Machine. Her poems are hopeful and true; they open the wardrobe door to a world of burst horizons and smiling witchcraft.  Beth was the inaugural Gloucester Regional Roundhouse Slam Champion and went on to compete in the Roundhouse Final 2018. She collaborates with festivals, hospitals, universities, companies and charities across the UK, helping people to put their thoughts and feelings into words.
“Beth has the innate ability to capture a feeling and make you feel safe within it. If poetry could hold your hand, this is what it would feel like.” - Malaika Kegode PAULINE SEAWARDS Pauline has long adopted Bristol as her home city but when all her family left home a few years ago she upped sticks and moved to London. After feeling lost, often literally, on the Circle Line etc she managed to navigate her way round the city and make friends through poetry and spoken word. Now back in the South West she helps run Satellite of Love a monthly event at the Greenbank Easton. Her work has recently been included in an online anthology 18 at Culture Matters and her first collection ‘This is the Band’ was published by Hearing Eye in 2018 PLUS OPEN MIC (Email to book your slot) All for only £6 adv (£4 if student or unwaged - ID required on entry)  WHAT THEY SAY...
Not only is That's What She Said a great place to see talented literary performers, for everyone and not just women, but it provides a space for women to shout and scream their anger, their frustrations, their desires; a space without censorship, without objectification and without the dreaded “it must be her time of the month” quip. I think For Books’ Sake is doing some really important work." (Recent review of one of our London shows) Can't make it? We'll be back in January. Want to get involved? Send us an email to [email protected] and we'll see what we can do. For more on For Books' Sake and That's What She Said, come and see us at www.forbookssake.net, or follow @forbookssake on Twitter on Instagram. See you soon. xoxo

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