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She Grrrowls: Feminist Arts Night

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The Poetry Cafe

22 Betterton Street

London

WC2H 9BX

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www.shegrrrowls.com

@shegrrrowls

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CARMINA MASOLIVER: BOOK LAUNCH FOR 'CIRCLES' published by Burning Eye Books.

SUPPORTED BY SOPHIE FENELLA, LAUREN KAYE & AMY ACRE

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SOPHIE FENELLA

Sophie Fenella is a poet, performer and teacher from London. She has performed her poetry at festivals in the UK and Germany and has recently published her first pamphlet The Rich Nothing, with Invisible Hand Press.
Twitter: @Sophiefenella

CARMINA MASOLIVER

Carmina Masoliver is a poet from south London, and founder of She Grrrowls feminist arts nights. Her small chapbook was published by Nasty Little Press, and she recently published a She Grrrowls anthology with Burning Eye Books. She was long-listed for the Young Poet Laureate for London award in 2013, and the inaugural Jerwood Compton Poetry Fellowships in 2017. Alumni of the Roundhouse Poetry Collective, she has featured at nights such as Bang Said the Gun, and festivals including Latitude, Bestival and Lovebox both as a collective and individually. She performed internationally whilst living abroad, in Singapore, and in Spain. In 2017, she programmed 40 acts for She Grrrowls across the whole run at Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and in 2018 she showcased a segment at Women of the World Festival, Southbank. She has most recently been longlisted for the Out-Spoken Prize in Performance Poetry 2018.
www.carminamasoliver.com
Intsta: @carminamasoliver
Twitter: @CarminaPoetry

LAUREN KAYE

Lauren Kaye is a Writer, Poet and Filmmaker. For 26 years she has written poetry, stories, scripts, stage plays and food articles. Kaye's short films and promos have appeared in international film festivals and competitions, her food writing has featured in online magazines and her food blog Deevah's Cravings. Kaye’s spoken word performances have graced the stage of numerous shows and open mic events nationwide. Kaye’s poetry has featured in international competitions, local newsletters and can even be found in greeting cards. In 2014 she founded Custom Poetry Greeting Cards™. Since 2009 Kaye has promoted up and coming Poets and Filmmakers between her hosted events Poetic Justice and Infiniti Reels, under her events company Infiniti Promotions. Lauren Kaye published her debut collection of poems I'm All In to raving reviews in 2015. Having studied Theatre at stage school, as well as Media, Hospitality & Catering at college and university, she subsequently adapted her book into a play for Camden Fringe in 2018. More information can be found on her personal blog LK Knows Her Writes.
AMY ACRE
Amy Acre is a poet and performer from London, and the editor of Bad Betty Press. Her poem, ‘every girl knows’ won the 2019 Verve Poetry Prize. She is the author of two pamphlets: And They Are Covered in Gold Light (Bad Betty) and PBS Pamphlet Choice, Where We're Going, We Don't Need Roads (flipped eye).
@amyacrepoet

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Important Information:

FILMING: She Grrrowls aims to record at least one poem per act and takes photos throughout the night, which are then posted on social media platforms such as Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter. By performing at She Grrrowls, you consent to this, but there is an option to opt out.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS ON TICKETS: A ticket is only valid for the type of ticket selected (additional donations are not tickets) and they are valid until 8pm. Arrive between 7-7.30pm before the event starts as latecomers will only be admitted until 8pm, at which point we will sell your ticket on to anyone waiting without refund.

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?

We are now selling all tickets on the door, so if the event sells out in advance, you only have the option of getting returns at 8pm.


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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The Poetry Cafe

22 Betterton Street

London

WC2H 9BX

United Kingdom

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Refund Policy

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