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Iris Dreaming, a new opera: composer Gillian Whitehead and librettist Fleur Adcock -- based on the life of Robin Hyde.
Back at The Castle Hotel with readings from Joey Frances, David Kennedy, Wanda O’Connor and James Wilkes. Free entry.
a special one off night of spoken word wonderment at Sea Change Festival!
Rebecca Bilkau, Alex Josephy and Ron Scowcroft read poetry with a trans-continental trajectory.
A series of late-night informal events celebrating poetry and music. This week featuring Andrew McMillan.
Poetry & Live jazz/i from Brian Docherty, Paul A. Green, & Ken Edwards. Music from Afrit Nebula. Free.
An explosive mix of spoken word, bi-monthly first Sundays at The Bike Shed Theatre, hosted by Malaika Kegode.
An evening of conversation and readings with Mexican poet Pedro Serrano
A panel of award-winning young poets discuss paths forward for those new to poetry.
A series of late-night informal events celebrating poetry and music. This week featuring Chrissy Williams.
Join Write & Shine's next early morning online writing course on the theme of 'colour'! » Read more
A bursary to discover an emerging minority ethnic voice in fiction, poetry or spoken word. » Read more
Back at The Castle Hotel with readings from Joey Frances, David Kennedy, Wanda O’Connor and James Wilkes. Free entry. » 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
A guided tour exploring Keats's birthplace and place of work. » Read more
List of the poets and articles published in UK and Irish magazines received by the Poetry Library August 2016 » Read more
a special one off night of spoken word wonderment at Sea Change Festival! » Read more
Staff Pick from our Poetry Library Open Day 2015 by Lorraine Mariner, Assistant Librarian. » Read more
Join poet Chris McCabe and Tim Stevenson of the Friends of Nunhead Cemetery for this tour exploring Nunhead Cemetery. » Read more
The venue will be temporarily closed from 1 September. » Read more
Rebecca Bilkau, Alex Josephy and Ron Scowcroft read poetry with a trans-continental trajectory. » Read more
A walk around Highgate to see the places where John Betjeman was born, brought up and went to school. » 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