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 Wonderzoo and Black Books presents - Plymouth







Performance Event

The China House
Sutton Wharf,  Plymouth
    PL4 0DW
Wednesday 29th March
£3 on the door

With open mic and two feature headline sets by Julian Isaacs and Tim King.

All Open Mic slots to be booked on the night.

Also known as Auntie Pus (The Punk Balladeer), Julian Isaacs first sold his poetry in the corridors of Kensington Market in the early 1970s. Currently, he has just graduated in an English BA from the University of Exeter, has recently had poems published in Poems Against Prejudice, Spilling Cocoa Over Martin Amis, and the Plymouth Herald, and has published his dissertation sequence of poems inspired by the Great American Songbook: The Breathless Thrush of Unevensong in chapbook form.

Tim King can regularly be found doing his pieces at poetry events, slams and festivals across the West Country. He hosts the annual Exeter Slam as well as his own monthly Open Mic at the Exeter Phoenix: Taking the Mic. Recent notable appearances include WOMAD, Glas-Denbury and the Cheltenham Literature Festival. His work has been published in several anthologies and online magazines including The Broadsheet, Symmetry Pebbles and I Am Not A Silent Poet.

£3 on the door


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