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Lecture by Prof. Robert White on how Shakespeare’s words influenced John Keats.
Actor Lance Pierson celebrates the Bard's 400th anniversary with a guided tour of the London he knew.
Poetry Appreciation group meeting to share published poems at the Ripley Arts Centre, twice monthly (Tuesdays).
Poetry reading by Jennifer Wong at China Exchange, Chinatown to celebrate Mid-Autumn.
Read and discuss Keats’s poems in the location in which many of them were written.
Tour of John Keats's life in this walk around Hampstead village.
This unique festival, organised by Saudha, Society of Poetry and Indian Music.
Join us at Slawa Harasymowicz's exhibition, unravelling the story of a semi-hypothetical figure.
A series of late-night informal events celebrating poetry and music. This week featuring Andrew McMillan. » Read more
A bursary to discover an emerging minority ethnic voice in fiction, poetry or spoken word. » Read more
Poetry & Live jazz/i from Brian Docherty, Paul A. Green, & Ken Edwards. Music from Afrit Nebula. Free. » Read more
With a prize of £20,000, the Edwin Morgan Poetry Award is one of the largest poetry prizes in the UK. » Read more
An explosive mix of spoken word, bi-monthly first Sundays at The Bike Shed Theatre, hosted by Malaika Kegode. » Read more
List of the poets and articles published in UK and Irish magazines received by the Poetry Library August 2016 » Read more
The Rules: A Writing exercise using artwork, paintings, photos, postcards to generate poems or short prose. » Read more
Staff Pick from our Poetry Library Open Day 2015 by Lorraine Mariner, Assistant Librarian. » Read more
An evening of conversation and readings with Mexican poet Pedro Serrano » Read more
The venue will be temporarily closed from 1 September. » Read more
Lecture by Prof. Robert White on how Shakespeare’s words influenced John Keats. » Read more
A panel of award-winning young poets discuss paths forward for those new to poetry. » Read more
The current, "live" magazines stocked at The Poetry Library and online. » Read more
Have a look at the current U.K. imprints that publish poetry.» Read more
"We can not compete but perhaps we meet somewhere." Red Rose » Read more
Help people find out where that line in their head comes from. » Read more