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Date(s) - Mon 18 December
7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

The Room Above



It’s time to decide… have you been naughty or nice?

Santa’s Little Elves have been pottering away to make December’s Milk extra special.

Get over here you loveable scamps – let’s see what features on our Christmas list this year.


“Byron Vincent plays with language like it lives, he has the ability to stretch words almost to breaking point then snap them back to meaning like nothing ever happened. He tells funny hard poems about things that are true” – Kate Tempest

Byron Vincent has performed on Channel 4’s Random Acts, Radio 4’s Bespoken Word and BBC 3’s The Verb. He has written and presented several documentaries, including ‘Hell Is Other People’, a self help guide to social anxiety, ‘How To Turn Your Life Around’ and ‘The Glasgow Boys: From Chaos To Calm’ for BBC Radio Four.

Byron was co-founder, compere, producer and programmer for Blahblahblah, one of The UK’s most highly regarded Spoken Word nights at The Bristol Old Vic. He was poet in residence for the South West of England for Apples and Snakes’ ground breaking poetry project My Place or Yours. His first collection Barking Doggerel was released May 2010 by Nasty Little Press.

Byron is a proud ambassador for mental health charity Rethink, an organisation that tackles stigma around issues of mental health.


We’ve hidden a host of gifts under the tree for you to unwrap. Look forward to festive surprises from Sharp Teeth Theatre’s director, playwright (and undercover MC) Stephanie Kempson, Satellite of Love’s Pauline Seawards, poet/playwright Tom Dewey and lyrical songwriter Ed Lofstedt.


Give yourself the gift of sharing your poetry with a friendly audience. Bring along your nicest or naughtiest poem (creative interpretations of the theme encouraged!) PLEASE NOTE: Spaces are limited so arrive early to sign up on the door.

Entry £4 OTD

Bring your friends, bring your enemies (it’s Christmas after all), bring cheer, bring back tube socks and – most of all – bring yoursELVES.