october, 2019

12oct7:30 pm- 10:00 pmBorn to Talk Spoken Word Nightat Trimdon Station Community Centre

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Come and join us for a night filled with stories and laughter. It is a night you surely won’t forget.

Trimdon Station Community Centre presents it’s very first spoken word night BORN TO TALK! The night features a great line up of some of the best spoken word artists in the UK.

Our headline act Kate Fox
An accomplished stand-up poet, writer and performer Kate uses comedy to talk about class, gender and Northerness. She is one of the UK’s best known spoken word artists and regularly appears on Radio 4. She has supported John Cooper Clarke and is a headline act in her own right.

Scott Tyrrell
A Newcastle-based stand up poet, Scott has been writing and performing poetry and comedy since the turn of the century. An award-winning comedian as well as a multi-slam-winning poet, he has performed his work around the UK and Europe and at many festivals, including the Edinburgh Fringe and Glastonbury.

Seymour Mace
Like a surreal Vic and Bob bomb colliding with a kids’ TV show, Geordie nonsense-peddler Seymour Mace leaves his crowd uplifted and entertained. A veteran of the Edinburgh Fringe festival of over twenty years and finalist of the Edinburgh Comedy Award, Seymour Mace is a surreal oddball blessed with a wonderfully off-kilter worldview who is bound to make you laugh

Saturday 12th October

Trimdon Station Community Centre, TS29 6BS

Tickets £3. Box Office 01429 882200

Doors will be open from 7:30pm with event to start at 8pm.

Age – 14 +

Trimdon Station Community Centre brings you this event as part of East Durham Creates’ Cultural Hub programme. Born To Talk has been organised by a group of young community programmers with the aim of a regular spoken word night happening in East Durham.

Time

(Saturday) 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm GMT

Location

Trimdon Station Community Centre

Wellfare Hall, Trimdon Station, County Durham, TS29 6BP

Price

£2

Organizer

Commissioned as part of the East Durham Creates 'Cultural Hubs' programme