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Raymond Antrobus at The Old Library, Mansfield. Part of Inspire Poetry Fest...

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The Old Library

Leeming Street

Mansfield, Nottinghamshire NG18 1NG

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This year’s Live at the Old Library festival headliner is the brilliant Raymond Antrobus, whose Ted Hughes award-winning work explores wide-ranging themes from deafness and race to dementia, death and masculinity.

Raymond Antrobus was born in London to an English mother and Jamaican father, and is the author of To Sweeten Bitter (Out-Spoken Press), and The

Perseverance (Penned in the Margins) which was awarded theUK Poetry Book Society’s Winter Choice in 2018 and the Ted Hughes award in 2019. He is a founding member of Chill pill and Keats House Poets Forum, and in

2018 he was awarded the Geoffrey Dearmer Prize (judged by Ocean Vuong).

This performance will be BSL interpreted.

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Adults (16+)

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