Ever been to a gig where the performers tell stories? No music. No instruments. Just words. Tales. Narratives. Ever seen three people share a stage and share their stories to entertain? That’s spoken word.
Hear Polar Bear, Joshua Idehen and Inua Ellams use rhyme and rhythm to bring stories to life at Woolfson & Tay on May 13th. They’ll take you through their imaginations and bring you into their lives.
This unique event is free to the first 50 members who email Rachel Moore at email@example.com
There are another 26 tickets available to non-members. They’re £5 each. If you’d like to invite friends, please ask them to email Rachel so we get their names on the guest list. They can pay on the door.
Looking forward to seeing you there.
Oh, if you’ve never experienced spoken word, here’s Polar Bear with ‘Jessica’. Enjoy.
About the artists
Polar Bear is a writer from Birmingham. He uses balance and rhythm to deliver stories of life, love and, now and then, World Cups.
Joshua Idehen co-founded the collective A Poem Inbetween People and organises the spoken word event PoeJazzi. Stories spill from his mind and mouth.
Inua Ellams is a word and graphic artist in love with rhythm and rhyme, line and form. When he’s not telling stories, he’s documenting life through design.