San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
What would Keats make of modern-day London? Or Rome? Helen Burke reads poems written for the Keats-Shelley House in Rome, where she is the judge for this year’s children’s poetry prize. Her poems are fun, accessible and poignant, and feature in her new collection Here’s Looking at You, Kid.
FREE with an admission ticket to Keats House (£5.50 adult / £3.50 concession; ticket is valid for one year)
Drop in, no booking required
When & Where
The Romantic poet John Keats lived at Keats House from 1818 to 1820 and was inspired to write his most important work here.
Keats House is open to visitors (check website for opening hours) and hosts a diverse programme of literary, musical and family events.