Verbalise – On Zoom – September 2021

Literature |
25th September 2021

Verbalise | Sat 25 Sep | Start 7.30pm | Free | On Zoom

Join us on Zoom for our spoken word open mic night Verbalise with guest poet Jonathan Humble. Sign up and take part or sit back and enjoy a feast of words. If you’d like to attend Verbalise in person, tickets can be purchased here.

Jonathan Humble is a retired deputy head teacher in Cumbria. A collection of his poetry (My Camel’s Name Is Brian) has been published by TMB Books. His latest collection (Fledge) is published by Maytree Press. His work has appeared in numerous magazines and journals. He is the founder and creator of The Dirigible Balloon website for children’s poetry. He is the Poet Laureate for the Tripe Marketing Board and Rossendale’s Sunday Clog Market.

Please email to book your open mic spot of up to 4 mins including introductions. Please include your poems/stories typed in a Word document so this can be screen shared during your performance, please state if you will be attending live or on Zoom.

Please be prepared to stay in the Zoom waiting room while live attendees are welcomed, our team will let you in as soon as possible.

If there is a sharp increase in local Covid 19 figures, this event may take place on Zoom only, the decision will be made no later than Thursday 23 September.


Zoom link:

Meeting ID: 824 6008 2447

Passcode: 308339


25th September 2021

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