TORRIANO MEETING HOUSE IS ENTIRELY USER FUNDED, DONATIONS WELCOME
Sundays at 7.30pm.
Poets from the floor welcome. Admission £5/£4 (according to pocket)
- 2nd – Stephen Elves and Josephine Corcoran, introduced by Lisa Kelly
- 9th – Nick Owen and Vahni Capildeo, introduced by Katherine Gallagher
- 16th – Alan Price, Louise Warren and Claire Booker, introduced by Lisa Kelly
- 23rd – David Cooke and Sue Aldred, introduced by Peter Phillips
- 30th – Torriano Competition Winners’ Reading
- 6th – Anna Selby and Hannah Lowe
- 13th – Happenstance reading – introduced by Helena Nelson
- 20th – Easter Sunday – No Reading
- 27th – Viv Fogel, Tracey Martin and Geraldine Paine. With music from Liz Hanns
- 4th – Dinah Livingstone launches her new collection The Vision Splendid (Katabasis).
- 11th – Highgate Poets
- 18th – Maggie Butt reads from ‘Sancti Clandestini- Undercover Saints’ with exhibition of illustrations.
- 25th – Richard Skinner and others
- 1st – Hilda Sheehan and Janet Sutherland, introduced by Linda Black
- 8th – Alan Brownjohn and Leah Fritz: Romanian translations
- 15th – Daphne Gloag and Carol DeVaughn
- 22nd – Paul McLaughlin and Beatrice Garland
- 29th – Caroline Natzler: launch of Fold (Hearing Eye).
- 6th – Ross Donlon and Angela Kirby
Poetry and Voice workshops led by Katherine Gallagher. Saturday 1-5pm. Next sessions 12 April; 17 May; 21 June; 19 July 2014. £18 /£14 per day. Book with Katherine on 020 8881 1418 or email: mail[at]katherine[hyphen]gallagher[dot]com
Unity Folk Night
8pm last Monday of each month the Unity Folk Club meets at Torriano Meeting House. Songs, ballads, poems and music. All welcome. £3. Next gathering 28 April; 26 May; 30 June
StoryNight is storytelling for adult audiences, hosted by Nell Phoenix. Monthly, second Wednesday. 8pm. £6
- Wednesday 9th April. Ariadne and the Minotaur told by Cat Wetheril
Tuesday, 15 April 2014 – 8:00pm – 10:00pm
‘Crimes of Passion in a Socialist Society’ . As socialists, we accept that the vast majority of crimes in our society are property-related and would not exist in a world without money. But what about so-called crimes of passion? Are they also exacerbated or even caused by the frustrations of the way we live, or are feelings such as anger and jealousy instinctive survival strategies and a part of our human nature?
The discussion organised by the Socialist Party of Great Britain will be opened by Clifford Slapper and everyone is invited to explore and contribute ideas.
All welcome. Free admission