Poetry


Sundays; 7.30pm; £5/4 according to pocket

There have been poetry readings on Sunday nights at Torriano Meeting House since 1982. As well as the evening’s main readers invited from a broad range of literary practice, there are usually a number of  ‘poets from the floor’, who may include full-time poets and also beginners presenting a piece in public for the first time. The range has spanned Stephen Spender and John Heath-Stubbs to Labi Siffre and John Hegley.

The publishers Hearing Eye was born from the Sunday readings and has its base at Torriano.

Torriano Poetry readings 2020

ONLINE Every Sunday through the Pandemic at 7.30pm Dan Kennedy is hosting an online Poetry in Cyberspace. All welcome to read or listen. Free. See home page of this website for Zoom link.

IN FLESH Bijou Torriano. Joe Carrick-Varty is the invited guest poet at the continuing Bijou Torriano events this Sunday 27th September at 7.30 hosted by Lisa Kelly. Readers from the Chair invited to share a few poems. Limited spaces as maximum of six with social distancing plus please bring your own drink and of course wear a mask. Suggested donation of £5 plus to the poet. If you are interested in attending please email lisakellyuk@yahoo(dot)com to confirm there is a place.
No toilet facilities.

2 thoughts on “Poetry

  1. Leah Fritz says:

    Please note that on 19 March the following poets will be reading at the Torriano Meeting House:

    Jane Duran, Leah Fritz, Nancy Mattson and Frances White.

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  2. […] March, 7.30: Torriano Meeting House, 99 Torriano Avenue, Kentish Town, NW5 […]

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