boomsatsuma presents Mother Foucault
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Date(s) - Thu 24 March
7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Location
The Loco Klub


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In Bristol lays an undiscovered treasure. Unseen for almost 50 years, the ash pits below Bristol Temple Meads station lead you to the former Working Men’s Club (closed over a decade ago, it’s a space befitting  a Shane Meadows film). In this atmospheric venue known as The Loco Klub, boomsatsuma – a company fuelling the next generation of creative professionals – will present a series of rare and intimate events.

On Thursday 24 March poet and spoken word artist Joelle Taylor brings Mother Foucault to Bristol for the first time: a night of intellectual uprising, powerful poetry and furious dance.

Her guests create a line up of some of the best female spoken word artists in the country;

British Egyptian playwright, poet and Edinburgh Fringe First Winner Sabrina Mahfouz

Salena Godden the indefinable black, punk, feminist poet, writer and performer

Vanessa Kisuule her clever, complex and cutting style makes her a favourite of the UK scene and Former Hammer and Tongue UK Slam Champion

and of course Joelle Taylor herself a  ‘Surrealist with a raised fist’, professional spoken word artist, published poet and playwright

.. plus up and coming female DJ – Antonia providing the after show

What makes this even more special is that it’s not only is it an all female lineup but boomsatsuma presents is being driven by 4 young women under 23.

Tickets £15 and £11 concession from See Tickets and on the door.

Tweet –

@boom_presents

#boompresents

Web

www.boomsatsuma.com/boomsatsumapresents

Tickets £15 and £11 concession from See Tickets and on the door.

 

In Bristol lays an undiscovered treasure. Unseen for almost 50 years, the ash pits below Bristol Temple Meads station leads you to the former Working Men’s club, The Loco Klub (befitting to a Shane Meadows film).

 

On Thursday 24 March poet and spoken word artist Joelle Taylor brings Mother Foucault to Bristol for the first time: a night of intellectual uprising, powerful poetry and furious dance.

 

Her guests create a line up of some of the best female spoken word artists in the country;

 

British Egyptian playwright, poet and Edinburgh Fringe First Winner Sabrina Mahfouz

 

Salena Godden the indefinable black, punk, feminist poet, writer and performer

 

Vanessa Kisuule her clever, complex and cutting style makes her a favourite of the UK scene and Former Hammer and Tongue UK Slam Champion

 

and of course Joelle Taylor herself a  ‘Surrealist with a raised fist’, professional spoken word artist, published poet and playwright

 

.. and up and coming female DJ – Antonia providing the after show

What makes this even more special is that it’s not only is it an all female lineup but boomsatsuma presents is being driven by 4 young women under 23.

Tweet –

@boom_presents

#boompresents

Web

www.boomsatsuma.com/boomsatsumapresents