Darling Buds of May - Spoken Word with a selection of drinks
Spoken Word with an array of drinks
Theme: Darling Buds of May
Featuring Charlene Shepherdson as host
Vote for your favorite poet/performer!
Time: 6.00pm to 7:30pm
Venue: Montana, PoMo Mall (beside SOTA)
1 Selegie Road, #02-25, Singapore 188306
Tickets with the following drink options:
$10.00 - one non-alcholic drink [ 10 seats ]
$15.00 - one glass of wine [ 13 seats ]
$15.00 - one glass of cocktail [ 13 seats ]
$22.00 - three curated wines [ 14 seats ]
** Identification may be required to be presented at event for age verification.
Co-organised by Poetry Walls Singapore and Poetry Festival Singapore
Venue Partner: Montana
Limited seats and limited tickets (cash payment) at door.
Advised to purchase the tickets / RSVP via the link below.
PURCHASE TICKETS or RSVP ONLINE here by 19 May 2300 (GMT +8).
List of confirmed performers
2. Angelina Marilyn Bok
3. Shahril Samri
4. Vivian Yuna Ng
5. Jamie Tan
6. Parvathi Menon
7. Jojo 沈行舟
8. Yann Leost
9. Lorin Espanola
10. Nawira Baig
11. Jedidiah Huang
>>> SUBMIT YOUR POEM - BY 6 MAY 2017
CALL FOR POEMS FOR POETRYWALLS POETRY SESSION
This is open to all, even for non-citizens and non-permanent residents.
THEME: Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May
In a world that is in constant turmoil, is there space for stillness, in dreariness, beauty?
If you would like to read your poems, please submit them to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before May 6.
Final selections will be finalised and informed by 13 May 2017.
Poets will be restricted to a 3- minute time limit. Invite your friends to cheer for you.
All must be present by 5:45 pm to confirm their slots.
Join host Charlene Shepherson in this PoetryWalls poetry/spoken word event as we pause and consider the tensions of modern life.
About Charlene Shepherson
Charlene Shepherdson is a poet and interactive narrative designer focused on education through technology and the arts for children, youth and adults. She uses language in written, performative and visual forms to bridge communities and empower voices. She is 1/3 of the spacer.gif collective, who runs Singapore’s oldest interdisciplinary open-mic, destination: INK.