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The Berlin Blues Cabaret

3 October 7:00 pm

Free

Brixton Library, London

National Poetry Day 2019

This will be an opportunity to celebrate the poetry of the late Beata Duncan with selections from her collections Apple Harvest (Hearing Eye), Berlin Blues (Green Bottle Press) and the forthcoming Breaking Glass (WritesideLeft Press), all of which will be on sale on the night.

Her poetry will be introduced and performed by her son Brixton poet Stephen Duncan and family, with songs composed and performed by the celebrated Brixton singer and composer Andreas Demetriou and friends, musicians Stavroula Thoma and Myra Sands.

With themes of migration and the refugee experience her poetry is both timely and wise.

‘magnificent and humane… her poetry is pitch-perfect, gloriously exact.’ Julian Stannard

‘Her voice… lends her work an authority we can trust…’ Hugo Williams

A free event supported by the Friends of Tate Library Brixton with refreshments and all are welcome!

Details

Date:
3 October
Time:
7:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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Venue

Brixton Library
Brixton Oval
London, SW2 1JQ United Kingdom
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Phone:
020 7926 1056
Website:
https://www.lambeth.gov.uk/places/brixton-tate-library