Split Screen - Poetry inspired by film & television
Saturday, November 23rd 7.00 for 7.30
A light hearted evening of poetry on themes as wide-ranging as Julie Andrews, Star Trek, Jaws, Ealing Comedy, Bruce Lee and Inspector Morse.
Sally Evans, Sheila Templeton, Carolyn Richardson and Andy Jackson read from the Split Screen anthology (Red Squirrel Press 2012 ed. Andy Jackson) accompanied by visuals and music, with an innovative approach to poetry presentation, with a ‘commercial break’. Poets represented are Ian McMillan, Clare Pollard, Tim Turnbull, George Szirtes, Annie Freud and many more.
Followed by a launch of Donald Adamson’s first full-length collection
From Coiled Roots
Donald is a prize winning poet and translator. From Coiled Roots, explores life, landscapes and history in Finland and Scotland. His translations of Lassi Nummi have been described by Finnish Nobel Nominee Eeva Kilpi as ‘like the humming of the trees around our human suffering and joys.’ www.donaldadamson.co.uk