Contrary to the wording of the flyer, the Cunnanes were not performing as a Carpenteresque brother-sister act. They did separate sets.
Patric Cunnane here billed as ‘Patric Dream’ – a name he adopted during a brief sojourn in Southampton.
Ah – the days of 50p/25p poetry gigs…
A noticeably back-to-basics line-up of Worthless Words alumni.
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 ...
Thanks to Patric Cunnane for finding the flyer.
Thanks to Patric Cunnane for the flyer.
Annual partnership event with Alternative Arts.
Programmed by Apples & Snakes, although not credited as such in publicity. Some of the poets felt that one of their colleagues was giving such lengthy introductions to his work that they were in danger of missing last orders. Never a good thing for poets.