In which Apples and Snakes rather cutely solicit funds for the publication of their first anthology.
Iyamide replaced Grace Nichols, who was originally billed. Wanjiku was a member of African Dawn.
Part of Southwark Community Arts Festival, and therefore a partnership with Southwark Entertainments. If you weren’t into the poetry, it was worth sticking around for the disco.
A benefit for the striking miners, co-programmed by Apples & Snakes and the Poetry Society, and supported by the GLC. If the ticks on the back of the flyer are indicative of A&S’s contribution, then it comprised Hegley, Gilbey, Fred Williams, McGee, Agard, Joolz, LKJ, Prescod, Fell, Condell and African ...
Poets footing another great bill, topped by The Higsons and Terry & Gerry.
An embryonic A&S tour-schedule moots Little Brother and Marsha Prescod for this bill, but the final line-up was that listed on the poster. The musical element was provided by – another great mid-eighties roll-call – The Three Johns, The Hank Wangford Band and Pink Peg Slax. Thanks to Patric Cunnane for ...
Another very lively bill, with our poets supporting Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames, Pete Thomas’s Deep-Sea Jivers* and The Lindy Hop Dancers. Beat that! *Not the Pete Thomas from the Attractions – this one was a sax player.