European Poetry Night 2017

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European Poetry Night 2017

  • Sat 6 May 2017
  • 7:30PM
Imported 2508
Imported 2508

Rich Mix

35-47 Bethnal Green RoadLondon, E1 6LA

UK

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The Enemies Project presents European Poetry Night : a collaborative celebration of contemporary European experimental and literary poetry. Featuring brand new innovative performance works of poetry from pairs of poets drawn from over a dozen European nations, this event is a unique coming together of some of this generation's brightest talents. The works being performed are written for the night, where over twenty poets will celebrate the potential of collaboration to generate truly innovative poetry and work firmly against the divisive and counter-intuitive idea of a reduced closeness of spirit across the continent.

Kinga Toth & Simon Pomery
Endre Ruset & Harry Man
Bas Kwakman & Jen Calleja
Alessandro Burbank & Max Hofler (Austria)
Ásta Fanney Sigurðardóttir & SJ Fowler  
Theodoros Chiotis & Vanni Bianconi
Tom Jenks & Weronika Lewandowska
Henriette Støren & Astra Papachristodoulou
Livia Franchini & Maarten van der Graaf
Frank Keizer & Dan Aleksander Ramberg Andersen
Damir Sodan & Tomica Bajsic
Martin Glaz Serup & Aušra Kaziliūnaitė
Iris Colomb & Serena Braida

The European Poetry Night is supported by Arts Council England, NORLA, The Royal Norwegian Embassy, Dutch Foundation for Literature, Institut Francais London, Austrian Cultural Forum London, Lithuanian Culture Institute, Adam Mickiewicz Institute and many generous others. www.theenemiesproject.com/epnEPN2017 follows the first European Poetry Night which was commissioned as part of the Eunic's European Literature Festival in 2016, and the European Camarade at Free Word Centre before that. All info on those events below, a testament to the Enemies Project's consistent engagement with bringing contemporary European Poetry to London.

www.theenemiesproject.com/epn