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Part of the Release the Hounds FestivalTickets available on the doorMolly Naylor
Britain is booming and Molly moves to London
from deepest Cornwall full of naïve dreams, high hopes and on a quest to make
her life just like the movies. Then on 7/7/2005, she finds herself on a tube
blown up by terrorists and her life is forced to take a different direction.
Funny, frank and poetic; this is the true story of what happened next and how
we put things back together after they’ve been blown apart.
“Naylor writes with a poet’s ear for rhythm
and metaphor, and delivers with a stand-up’s comic timing.” Irish Times
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Byron Vincent One of BBC poetry seasons new talent choices,
Byron is a regular at the nation’s most prestigious literary and music
festivals. His first collection, Barking Doggerel, was released May 2010 and he
is compere, producer and programmer for one of the UK’s most highly regarded
spoken word nights at The Bristol Old Vic. Hailed as the natural heir to John
Cooper Clarke, Byron has thrust a scrawny heel into poetry’s bourgeois throat
and spanked it until it’s handed over its lunch money. He also does a rather
fine haiku about Elton John’s preferred choice of salad.
“Always funny, often unsettling, Byron
Vincent’s deft poetry captures the underbelly of Britains dead end towns with
unerring accuracy.” Patrick
“He’s a geeeeeeeenius.” John Cooper Clarke
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