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The P Word Sessions Feb 2021!!! (SOLD OUT)

The P Word Sessions Feb 2021!!! (SOLD OUT)

We back, folks! We back with two hot to the touch features with bravery, boldness, bliss, brag and badass in their work.
We back at the Bauhaus.


That be that Motley Bauhaus.


And this, my baby birds, is The P Word Sessions!


Amanda and Anth have hunted down, tagged and numbered two top end poets to safely release into the Quarantiney-tiny booth for your listening pleasure!
Yes, we are still a little bound, a little restricted, but hell if we didn’t make a party happen in December, damned if we can’t do it again!


2020 really stuck it in and broke it off, ain’t gonna lie.


How to kick off 2021?


Oh, just by rebooking two giants who done got sidelined by that global pandemic.

 

Lisa Gorton
&
Thabani Tshuma.

 

These wordy wonders got some wild works to waft at you, we’re happy to wrap a wicked world around them. All you gotta do is follow them ticketing details and show the flip up!
Anth and Amanda will be your guides, we will have a limited open, $5 for the whole shebang, bios below but who needs them? You guys know this is the not-screwing-around crowd, we book cos we believe in the art form, the artist and the gift they give us.
Humans. Come. Be safe. Be part of it. Be amazed.

Be a P Word Person.

We are awesome.

 

Thabani Tshuma is a Zimbabwean writer and performance poet. His work is influenced by the myriad identity challenges of the diaspora, expatriates, and immigrants, while also addressing awareness around addiction, mental health, and generational trauma. Co-curator of Thin Red Lines, a 2019 Hotdesk fellowship recipient with the Wheeler Centre, Featured author with Djed Press, Slamalamadingdong’s 2019 Grand Slam champion, ranked among the top 50 slam poets worldwide at IWPS 2019 and winner of the 2019 Melbourne Spoken Word Prize, People’s choice and Conveners’choice awards. Writing is the aperture through which he views the world and experiences self in relation to others

 

Lisa lives in Melbourne. She writes poetry, fiction and essays. Her awards include the Philip Hodgins Memorial Medal and the Prime Minister's Prize for Fiction (shared). Lisa is a poetry editor at Giramondo Publishing and the poetry editor of Island magazine.

 

THAT is the way we roll at P Word. Knocking out top notch wordsmiths with a kick. Y’all know the deal, buy them spots.

Location

The Motley Bauhaus
102 Scotchmer Street, Fitzroy North Victoria 3068

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