A Spoken Word night showcasing and slamming with the best and the new in poetry.

Her Skin is the Colour of the Ka’aba

Bringing together the creative voices of nine London-based Muslim women of Caribbean, East African and West African descent who will narrate their stories through poetry, song, comedy, story-telling and drama. Seeking to give Black Muslim Women a platform to present their own narratives in a creative way, telling stories of their contemporary experiences and stories connected to their ancestral lands and create a space where audiences are welcomed into the world and, more importantly, the hearts of women whose voices are rarely heard.


Old Joe’s Fish ‘n’ Chill

be•wilder theatre company presents: Old Joe's Fish 'n' Chill

It was Old Joe's golden age: in a time when borders did not exist, travellers and regulars would queue up in front of the club for its famous fish and chips and colourful dance-floor. Everyone was a foreigner and everyone felt at home. Until the incident. One year after a terrorist attack, Old Joe’s Fish 'n' Chill looks so decrepit one might assume it’s out of business.

Yet it remains the only place left in the world where people from anywhere can come and go without a visa.

There, a French drag queen, a German-Japanese gangster, a Finnish letter thief, a Czech dictator, a lungless Brazilian, an English terrorist and an invisible drifter meet for the first – and possibly last – time.


Green Bottle Press Poets

Green Bottle Press invites you to hear readings by our four new poets published in 2016. Have a glass of wine and listen to some new talent. Buy a signed book!