SOLD OUT! Potent Whisper on 'The Rhyming Guide to Grenfell Britain'
Friday 20th April 18:30 - 20:00 at London - Trafalgar Square
Join us for an evening of performances with Potent Whisper on 'The Rhyming Guide to Grenfell Britain'
Please note that this event is now sold out.
The Rhyming Guide to Grenfell Britain is a collection of nine full-length Spoken Word pieces that dismantle and offer radical solutions to the most pressing sociopolitical issues of our time. More than pages of a book, each piece has actively served campaigns on the ground for the past two years; being delivered at demonstrations, in council chambers, on television news channels and at political occupations. The collection includes well known pieces like The Rhyming Guide to NHS Privatisation, Estate of War and Grenfell Britain which received 400,000+ views and was twice referenced in parliament.
"Potent Whisper breaks it down" - Wikileaks
Rapper and activist Potent Whisper co-leads the world renowned Save Brixton Arches campaign and is reputed for fusing art with direct action to support housing campaigns across London. The Rhyming Guide to Grenfell Britain will be published by Dog Section Press, a not for profit publisher and distributor of seditious literature.
Performing material from The Rhyming Guide to Grenfell Britain
ANNE E COOPER AKA ANISEED
Poetry Set, Save Cressingham Gardens
Grenfell Silent March Organiser
PAULA PETERS and KEITH WALKER
Disabled People Against Cuts (DPAC)
DR. BOB GILL
Family doctor and NHS campaigner
Tickets are also available in our shop or via phone 0207 839 4411.
Refreshments will be provided.
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