SNLF & CPUG present Travels Through The Urban Countryside: Above, Below and Beyond – Part 1.
Dynamic readings, poetry and discussion traversing natural, psychogeographic and emotional landscapes in an open air setting and featuring The Tree Climber’s Guide’s Jack Cooke from his favourite Clissold Park tree; A Walk In The Park’s Travis Elborough; Jon Day author of Cyclogeography; QI and Museum of Curiosity writer Stevyn Colgan (Why Did The Policeman Cross The Road?), The Quietus’ Luke Turner with salaciously dark tales of Epping Forest; local poets Amy Key (Luxe & Faber & Faber Love Poems) and multi-award winning mother and daughter Martha (Foyle Young Poet 1999 & 2005 and Caught By The River) and Jean Sprackland (Costa Poetry Award 2008 – Tilt).
Please note: adult only – contains adult content & venue is dog free area. Bar in the Pavilion. Alternative venue in case of bad weather.Buy tickets
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