A Lovely Word is back at its spiritual and literal home; the Everyman Bistro, for this Special Homotopia edition.
A Lovely Word is Liverpool’s most eclectic poetry night, featuring two halves of open mic poets, and a headliner beginning the first half. Hosted by Alex Ferguson, this free event is a fun, relaxed and friendly evening of performance poetry.
Jay Hulme is an award winning transgender performance poet, speaker and educator from Leicester. Alongside his writing and performing he teaches poetry, works to raise awareness of LGBT rights and inclusion, and performs sensitivity reads on manuscripts.
Jay writes books for readers of all ages, from age four all the way through to adulthood, and enjoys keeping people guessing as to what he’ll be writing next. When he’s not working he enjoys and exploring old buildings, especially churches. As you read this he’s probably standing on top of a church tower, just taking in the view. He has featured on and worked with, TED talk, Nationwide Building Society’s “Voices” advertising campaign, Amnesty International, The Centre for Literacy in Primary Education, Stop Funding Hate, and The Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Awards. More about his work here; https://jayhulme.com
TAKE PART – OPEN MIC
Following the recent wave of LGBTQIA hate crimes in the city, we are going for a full LGBTQIA open mic sign ups. Please email email@example.com (15 slots available), with a confirmation of your full name, mobile number. When signing up to perform, you are signing up to these principles of the open mic.
TAKE PART – WORKSHOP
Before the fabulous Jay takes to the stage that night, we will be running a writing workshop 5.30-7pm with Jay Hulme, in the Bistro space (same as for the night). If you wish to sign up please email firstname.lastname@example.org – do mention if you wish to also do an open mic.
A Lovely Word is held at the Everyman Bistro on the lower-ground floor of Liverpool’s Everyman Theatre. There is a lift available and the event space has level access. There is an accessible toilet. For performers, there is a ramp on to the stage.
If you would like to know more about access at this event, please email email@example.com or call 0151 709 1113.
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