It Could Be Verse (6)
Palmwoods

It Could Be Verse (6)
Another rollicking afternoon of poetry, storytelling, random singing and music, and other shenanigans. Last month we had a man named Herb playing a large steel spring hanging from the mic while he recited Robert Mitchum's classic The Ballad of Thunder Road. This month's special feature is reigning Queensland Slam Poetry Champion and Australian Poetry Slam Runner-up, Anisa Nanduala doing 20 minutes of high-octane performance fer yews. There's also an open mic section for beginners to pros(e). Beware adult sensibilities and content, and it's $10 cash at the door of the coffee roasting shed up the lane beside Homegrown Cafe. Come early and indulge in fine food and coffee in a picturesque hinterland cafe, oooh-la-la. Hosted by larrikin-in-chief and SCSW Grand Poobah, Robin Archbold aka Archie.
When:
3rd Saturday of month at 2.00pm (next 17-Mar-2018)
Where:
Homegrown Cafe, Palmwoods—the coffee roasting sh
4/16 Main St, Palmwoods
Palmwoods
Host:
This event is hosted by Robin who has kindly volunteered to help make it as easy as possible for newcomers.
e: robinarchbold@bigpond.com
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No booking required, just add your name to the Who's Going list to let others know you will be attending.
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