Burn After Reading presents Yomi ‘GREEdS’ Sode and Katie Bonna


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The Burn After Reading Poets’ monthly event is here again –

Now at the Seven Dials Club, Covent Garden ‘Burn After Reading Presents’ returns on Tuesday 4th November featuring Yomi ‘GREEdS’ Sode, Katie Bonna and our very own Burn After Reading Poets –
YOMI ‘GREEdS’ SODE has, over the past 12 months, had his music played on 1XTRA, opened for superstar poet/actor Saul Williams, made his mark on the I Luv Live stage, performed atStreetfest, Rivington Street Festival, featured at The Southbank Centre, started a monthly poetry night at Shoreditch’s Boxpark, starred in a short film and took poetry to one of the stages at ‘Wireless Festival’, all whilst writing for his one man show…
KATIE BONNA is a playwright, actress and performance poet. Her poetry play Dirty Great LoveStory, co-written with Richard Marsh, won a Fringe First Award atthe 2012 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, where she was also nominated for Best Actress by The Stage. Other writing includes rapid response piece Underlay (Nabokov at Soho Theatre), one woman show The Celebrated Mrs Inchbald (Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds and international tour); The Glass Tower (Red Handed Theatre Company) and Liquorice & Smoke-Rings (PULSEFestival). She is resident poet for the Antic Group and is a memberof Dirty Hands poetry collective.
Born just over a year ago BURN AFTER READING (aka BAR or BARPo) is a community of emerging poets established by Jacob Sam-La Rose and Jasmine Cooray that manifests a diverse range of poetics from ‘spoken word’ to ‘page’ and points in between. Check out their work here: http://barpoetry.tumblr.com/

‘Burn After Reading Presents’,
Seven Dials Club, 42 Earlham Street, Covent Garden (http://www.sevendialsclub.com/contact/)
Tuesday 4th November
Doors 7.45pm
£5 on the door


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