Events

On THURSDAY 29 NOVEMBER 2018, at a London venue to be confirmed, Greenwich publisher Live Canon will launch their exciting Christmas anthology – including Rosie’s new poem Beach Hut Christmas. More details soon!

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PETER PEGNALL’S BRIGHT SCARF will be reading at the Poetry Cafe in Betterton Street, WC2, home of the Poetry Society, on Saturday 6 October 2018.

BOOKING LINK HERE

Peter Pegnall, Dominic James, Quentin Cowdry and Rosie will read between 7.30 and 9.30pm with, as the Cafe says, a break to ensure a comfortable and well-hydrated crowd. Peter says, ‘like any supergroup, Bright Scarf poets harmonise and clash, paint with their voices, dance with their words‘.

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October’s WORDS ON WAVES at Harbour Books in Whitstable
is on Thursday 4th @ 6.45pm. Tickets are £3 including a glass of Prosecco and Rosie will be hosting as well as reading alongside Fiona Sinclair, Nancy Charlie, Isabelle Defaut, Dominic James and Karen Stanley. Words On Waves is a series of monthly spoken word evenings showcasing a wide variety of local writing talent and it’s developing a tendency to sell out fast! Please call into the shop or phone 01227264011 to reserve your seats so that you and your friends can immerse yourselves in an ocean of fabulous words. Coming up in November & December, we’ll have Steve Kendall Pam Thompson Christopher Hopkins Sue Rose and more.

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September’s WORDS ON WAVES at Harbour Books in Whitstable
is on Thursday 6th @ 6.45pm – tickets: £3 including a glass of Prosecco and Rosie will be hosting again. Words On Waves is a series of monthly spoken word evenings showcasing a wide variety of local writing talent. This month features local poets The Scatterlings – Geraldine Paine (Faversham) Sue Rose (Herne Bay) and Mark Holihan (Broadstairs) – Clair Meyrick and Annie Harrison. Please do come along, bring your friends and immerse yourselves in an ocean of fabulous words. Tickets are available through the shop 01227264011 https://www.facebook.com/harbourbooks/

 

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Words On Waves at Harbour Books in Whitstable
Thursday 2 August 2018 @ 7pm – tickets: £3 including a glass of Prosecco

Rosie will be hosting again at the second of a series of monthly spoken word evenings in Whitstable. Local authors/special guests to be announced. Please do come along, bring your friends and immerse yourselves in an ocean of fabulous words.

Tickets are available through the shop https://www.facebook.com/harbourbooks/

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Words On Waves
Thursday 5th July @ 7pm – tickets: £3 including a glass of Prosecco

Harbour Books in Whitstable, Kent is hosting the first of a series of monthly spoken word evenings in July. Local authors/special guests Vicky Newham and Gail Atherton will be showcasing their upcoming works along with aspiring writers and Rosie will be your host. Please do come along, bring your friends and immerse yourselves in an ocean of fabulous words.

Tickets are available through the shop https://www.facebook.com/harbourbooks/

 

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On Monday 12 February 2018 Rosie presents her work at Loose Muse Winchester in the Discovery Centre between 7.30 and 9.30pm. Jacqueline Saphra, recently shortlisted for the TS Eliot prize for All My Mad Mothers, founder of The Shuffle and teacher at The Poetry School, will be reading too.

On Tuesday 16 January 2018 the Bright Scarf poets will read at the West Greenwich library, SE10. Time to be confirmed. Bright Scarf are Peter Pegnall, Dominic James, Quentin Cowdry and Rosie. Thanks to Irena Hill for organising.Gallery 200817 5

On Friday – 8 September 2017 Rosie reads in the new studio space at the Greenwich Theatre as part of the latest Live Canon 154 Shakespeare’s sonnets event with actors from Live Canon and some of the other 154 poets. It’s the same format as our Diorama event in the summer – Live Canon actors read the Bard’s original sonnets and we living poets read our own commissioned responses. The variety is wonderful and laughs are guaranteed.

We’ll all be in the bar from 7pm and readings start at 7.30. See you there!