JD Douglas JD Douglas only mentioned in Caribbean Times Review, 21 Apr
Thanks to Cinders McLeod for finding this flyer in the Clea & McLeod archive.
This was the second of three performances over three consecutive nights. Galliano
Part of the Seven Nights for Nelson festival, marking the end of Nelson Mandela’s 26-year imprisonment.
This was an Artists For Palestine benefit.
This performance in partnership with Alternative Arts
This was the first performance poetry competition held by Apples and Snakes. Joolz, Lemn Sissay and Patience Agbabi also did guest performances. According to the flyer, there were eight knock-out heats before the last eight performed in the Final. The heats were held on 24 and 31st August and September 7th. The Winner was ...
Bernardine not billed, but added on the night.
In association with Payback Press. This was a launch event for The Fire People, a landmark collection of contemporary Black-British poetry. A combination of established and up-and-coming names, the collection captured the zeitgeist of the UK scene at the tail-end of the century.