Spoken Word London

08/04/2015 - 19:30

A night of open mic slots. Janine on stage just before half time.

At Vogue Fabrics (though it doesn't say that on the outside), 66 Stoke Newington Road, London N16 7XB

We, The Undersigned

I'm going to add my name to two petitions
My sense of right and justice is inflamed
I usually have no time for politicians
But those who keep their silence should be shamed
There comes a time to stand up and be counted
To put one's name to causes good and strong
Sometimes the moral high ground must be mounted
And bold lines clearly drawn twixt right and wrong

RMT's Got Talent

12/03/2015 - 19:30

Performances from RMT members to raise funds for our strike fund and for Rainbow International LGBT Solidarity Fund.

Leytonstone ex-Services Club, Harvey Road, E11.

Syllabary

I try to move from A to B
But I may have to wait and see
That bloke don't cause me jeopardy
'E'll burn my flamin' effigy
Hey chum, I'm not a popinjay
And I don't want no grief, OK?
A lemon opal fruit, ten p?
These queues are stressful, I want tea
You see that rubbish on TV?
Double your excess - why, chimpanzee?

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GUILTY AND PROUD OF IT!
Poplar's Rebel Councillors and Guardians, 1919-25
by Janine Booth

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