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A Spork! Sporktacular


Tue 14 Apr 2020






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A Spork! Sporktacular

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A Spork! Sporktacular

Join us for another jam-packed evening of spoken-word poetry featuring 2 huge headline acts, Carmina Masoliver & Bohdan Piasescki. Plus live music and our big Spork! Showcase starring some of the best spoken-word artists from Exeter and beyond.


Carmina Masoliver is a poet from South London. The founder of She Grrrowls (an incerdible feminist arts night,) she’s been published by Nasty Little Press, long-listed for the Young Poet Laureate for London, has featured at nights such as Bang Said the Gun and festivals including Latitude, Bestival and Women of the World. She has most recently been longlisted for the Out-Spoken Prize in Performance Poetry 2018. Her latest book ‘Circles’ is published by Burning Eye Books and is an illustrated epic poem inspired by Sarah Kane’s 4.48. 


Bohdan Piasecki is a performance poet from Poland, currently based in Birmingham. He’s represented Poland at the Poetry World Cup, been an artist in residence at the European Poetry Slam in Berlin, has worked as a Lead Artist for the Roundhouse Poetry Collective, and performed at some of the biggest festivals and spoken-word nights in the UK. His writing is warm and wonderfully performed, stuffed full of humanness and humour.


Supporting our headliners will be a selection of our favourite poets from around Exeter and Devon. Expect gut-wrenching, fist-clenching, tear-drenching performances from some of the fiercest, funniest and most fabulous spoken-word stars this side of Taunton.  Full line-up TBA. 

Running time: 2 hours inc interval  

Venue: Exeter Phoenix Auditorium

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