Caravan Slam Turns 6!!!
RIKKI LIVERMORE from UK.He has performed at countless events and festivals all over the UK, including Secret Garden Party, The Royal Albert Hall and Lost Lectures, and his work has been featured by a number of worthy causes and campaigns, such as the National Union of Teachers, art exhibitions in Tasmania and Finland. He was commissioned by the BBC to write two modern war poems for their World War One At Home tour – commemorating the 100th anniversary of the 1st World War.
STEPHANIE DOGFOOT from Singapore. Stephanie has won both the Singapore and UK National Slams. She is also a host and organizer of spoken word nights. Her writing distills the awkwardly hilarious and deeply profound moments of everyday life.
The Caravan Poetry Slam brings together around 20 local poets, a panel of judges, and a room full of what they hope to be, “open hearts instead of roses, open minds instead of rotten tomatoes.”
Anyone can sign up and sacrifice their three-minute slam to the open space. Each poem will be scored and then the top three poets compete in a finalist round to decide the winner. Interactivity is integral, with other elements of ‘Emergency Art’ integrated into the night in the form of written confessionals and ‘coughed up’ soapbox-style Emergency Slams.
Book a spot in our slam by posting HERE, then show up at 7pm to confirm. This one will book out!
$5 | 6pm doors, 8pm show