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She Grrrowls: Feminist Arts Night & Open Mic

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The Poetry Cafe

22 Betterton Street

London

WC2H 9BX

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www.shegrrrowls.com

@shegrrrowls

IMOGEN STIRLING
LIZ WARD
CHLOE JACQUET

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IMOGEN STIRLING
Imogen Stirling is a performance poet, theatre maker and musician. Her music accolades include an 18 month tour around mainland Europe, receipt of the Alasdair Cameron Scholarship for her political musical theatre piece, BodiesUponTheGears, and work alongside Sir Tim Rice. An award-winning poetry slam champion, Imogen has performed extensively throughout the UK, including at Latitude Festival, Eden Festival and the Edinburgh Fringe, with her work featured on BBC Radio Scotland and BBC Music Introducing. Imogen toured with hip hop poetry collective Words w/ Friends in summer 2018 before debuting her solo show #Hypocrisy at the Edinburgh Fringe. The show sold out its run and was long listed for the Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Award before transferring to London’s Theatre503 as part of their ‘Best of the Fest’ programme. #Hypocrisy is currently touring, with upcoming dates in Paris and Barcelona, and will be showcasing at the Prague Fringe Festival 2019 before moving to Newcastle's Alphabetti Theatre. The script is being published by Speculative Books in March. Imogen's new show Love The Sinner will premiere with Dundee Rep Theatre in early 2019. Imogen also works for ground-breaking independent publisher, 404 Ink.

LIZ WARD

Liz is an advocate, activist and spoken word artist who takes inspiration from the stories around her. Working in the youth sector, many of her poems deal with the issues young people face every day - crime, exploitation, gangs and feeling lost in the world. Her aim is to shed light on narratives we sometimes ignore, weaving honesty, hope and humour together. Liz has performed in venues across London, including The Royal Court, The Arcola and Bunker Theatre. Follow her daily experiences in the youth sector on twitter and instagram @lizmaryward

CHLOE JACQUET

Chloë Jacquet is a multi-slam winning, multicultural, multifaceted spoken word artist based in Gloucestershire.With a preference for straight talking and a penchant for rhymes and opinions, Chloë’s poetry is both entertaining and accessible. Her work deals with a wide variety of subjects, ranging from workplace discrimination and mental health, to the pressures placed on modern men, via her short term relationship with a biscuit.Chloë thinks name dropping is really uncool. She has supported artists such as Elvis McGonagall and Hollie McNish.

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FAQs


How long are open mic spots?

Open mic spots are as much as you can fit into five minutes. Please make sure to time your work beforehand. Also send a sentence to intrdouce yourself with to shegrrrowls@gmail.com.


It says tickets are sold out, will there be any on the door?

It is likely that advanced ticket sales have closed, and there will be just 8 standing tickets available on the door.


Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

There are no age restrictions, but poetry often deals with sensitive subject matters and swearing is also likely.

Is there wheelchair access?

Yes, there is a lift. It is worth emailing ahead to make sure there is room in the space as it can get busy.


How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

shegrrrowls@gmail.com or any @shegrrrowls socials

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, your name will be on a list

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