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New Art Exchange at Nottingham Poetry Festival 2018

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From Page to Stage | Wednesday 25 April, 4.45pm & 7pm

An evening of poetry and spoken word performance, showcasing the work of writers who have participated in a masterclass series lead by Nottingham Black Archive co-founder Panya Banjoko.

Free Event
 

Kavya Rang | Saturday 28 April, 2pm - 5pm

A traditional Indian poetry recital where audience interaction is encouraged, promising that it will be a lively affair.  Always a joyous event, if you haven’t been before it is highly recommended.

Free Event
 

This event is part of the annual Nottingham Poetry Festival, which takes place between 20th – 29th April with Roger McGough, Jackie Kay and Hollie McNish among the headliners.

Building on the success of the two previous festivals and working closely with the Nottingham poetry community, Nottingham Poetry Festival 2018 is produced by Nottingham-born poet Henry Normal, Craig Chettle and Tommy Rosley (Farmyard Promotions/Hockley Hustle) and takes place in over 30 Nottingham bars, cafes, bookshops and other venues.

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