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Poetry Landmarks of Britain

Poetry Promoter

57 Productions

 

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Academi

 

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details: the Welsh National Literature Promotion Agency with a HUGE resource available for poets and poetry - organises events and tours, promotes poets and po...
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Apples & Snakes

 

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details: Apples and Snakes stretches the boundaries of poetry in performance and education. We are England's leading organisation for performance poetry.
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Big Mouth

 

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details: Big Mouth has been promoting poetry, poets and poetry events in Bristol for 5 years. Regular Big Mouth Cabaret nights sees poetry mixed with music, co...
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Bob Devereux

 

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details: Bob is a poet, artist and an organiser of the St Ives September Festival. He hosts lots of events and poets at his gallery throughout the year but par...
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Cambridge University Faculty of English

 

(Poetry Promoter)

details: Poets, students, lecturers and writers - the University of Cambridge organises poetry events and classes throughout the year.
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Colpitts Poetry

 

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details: Colpitts Poetry has put on readings in Durham for 30 years. It hopes to continue for the next 30 at least. International, national and regional poets....
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Don't feed the poets productions

 

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details: Don't feed the poets, organise year round poetry events, open mikes and theatrical readings as well as the Word About Town Festival which runs in Hast...
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Don't feed the poets productions

 

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details: Don't feed the poets productions are a not for profit group who promote live literature and performance poetry throughout East Sussex and are the crea...
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Fry on the Wall Studio Gallery

 

(Poetry Promoter)

details: Events combining fine art and poetry.
The Bridgnorth writers group perform.
Muscisians, singers, poets.


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HMP Forest Bank, Manchester

 

(Poetry Promoter)

details: Poetry within the prison environment is important. Building on the theme of 'The Future' here at HMP Forest Bank, Manchester, prisoners have share...
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inc. writers

 

(Poetry Promoter)

details: Bringing new poetry to the UK including the likes of Ian Parks, Andrew Oldham, Joolz Denby, Julia Davis and Graham Mort. Poetry on the site.
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John Davies

 

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details: John Davies has worked hard and fast to set up THE SOUTH on behalf of the poetry community along the south coast. He has won funding from Arts Council...
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Jonathan Morley and George Ttoouli, Directors of the Small Press, the Heaventree.

 

(Poetry Promoter)

details: I nominate the Heaventree Press and its directors because they are promoting poetry in one of the most deprived areas in Britain. They encourage perfo...
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keith armstrong

 

(Poetry Promoter)

details: Dedicated to North East literary culture for over 30 years
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Littlest Birds

 

(Poetry Promoter)

details: Littlest Birds has a residency at The Poetry Cafe, offering a medley of poetry, music and sometimes cake (or trifle) on the last monday of every month...
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Moose Foundation for the Arts

 

(Poetry Promoter)

details: A charitable foundation which supports a range of art forms and organisations in London, with a particular interest in poetry.
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new writing north

 

(Poetry Promoter)

details: We do a lot of work with poets in the region, commissions, educational work and awards.
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Norfolk County Council: Arts in Education Team

 

(Poetry Promoter)

details: For dedicated pursuit of changing pupils' attitudes towards poetry and language through a long term collaboration with the US poet Ainsley Burrows and...
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Northern Voices

 

(Poetry Promoter)

details: Dedicated service to the North East literary scene for over 30 years
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Pass On A Poem

 

(Poetry Promoter)

details: Pass On A Poem exists to provide entertainment and to create enthusiasm for poetry by bringing people together to read out loud poems which have a spe...
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penned in the margins

 

(Poetry Promoter)

details: penned in the margins celebrates the power of words in performance and on the page. We produce live poetry events, manage spoken word artists, publish...
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Poeticize

 

(Poetry Promoter)

details: Poeticize is the UK's first interactive performance forum fusing cutting-edge spoken word, new media and live beats from a black perspective. Since...
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Poetry on Loan

 

(Poetry Promoter)

details: Poetry on Loan is a scheme to promote contemporary poetry through libraries in the West Midlands. We have thirty participating libraries (their detail...
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Roger Butts - OUTLOOK

 

(Poetry Promoter)

details: OUTLOOK is an agency for artists that work in education but I also organise cross-curricular and language-based projects through OUTLOOK, which are in...
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The Indian King Arts Centre

 

(Poetry Promoter)

details: The Indian King has a poetry library of over 1000 books, both individual collections, pamphlets and anthologies as well as subscribing to a dozen poet...
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THE SOUTH

 

(Poetry Promoter)

details: THE SOUTH is an independent, not-for-profit, literary arts development group and promoter which has emerged from the ‘grass roots’ of poets and writer...
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The Writing Centre

 

(Poetry Promoter)

details: The Writing Centre's aim is to celebrate and enhance writing in all its forms, including poetry. We seek to involve students, staff and the local comm...
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Word Life

 

(Poetry Promoter)

details: Word Life promote poetry in all its forms in Sheffield, they run regular events showcasing poetry in performance and publish a monthly creative writin...
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