Can a Poem Be

an Object?

6 May 2020
National Poetry Library/ Southbank Centre / London, SE1 8XX

Poets present their object poems as part of an unforgettable performance event

From handwritten Jenga blocks to interactive puzzles, what makes an object a poem?

Explore the possibilities inherent in object poetry with Stephen Emmerson, Vilde Valerie Bjerke Torset, Sarah Cave, Yvonne Litschel and Astra Papachristodoulou.

Join us to celebrate the work of contemporary UK-based poets who explore the performative aspect of tangible poems.This poetry evening is the fourth of the event series Poem Atlas, showcasing dynamic, innovative and interactive poetry in the UK.

£7 (concessions 25% off). Book your ticket here.

LOCATION

National Poetry Library

Southbank Centre

London, SE1 8XX

DATE & TIME

6 May 2020

7.30 for a 8PM start

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