Category Archives: Lights, Cam

The Oranges of Revolution – In Dialogue at Keats House

On 4th July 2015, The Oranges of Revolution came to Keats House, London, and had the pleasure of exchanging dialogue with: Agnes Meadows, Talha Ahsan, Chip Grim, Wendy French, Murray Shelmerdine, Nnorom Azuonye, Pauline Seawards & Niall McDevitt. A few … Continue reading

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The Oranges of Revolution – In Cardiff

The room was buzzing with the words of: J Brookes, Sion Tomas Owen, Mike Jenkins, Pauline Seawards, Helen Moore & Leon Lazarus, not to mention a marvellous audience. Hosted by Nick Fisk. A few moments captured from The Oranges of … Continue reading

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Kakania – An Anthology: LAUNCH

Celebrating the launch of Kakania – An Anthology at The Hardy Tree Gallery, London as part of SJ Fowler’s Mahu exhibition. Edited by SJ Fowler and published by the Austrian Cultural Institute, the anthology combines experimental text, poetry, visual and conceptual … Continue reading

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The Oranges of Revolution – LAUNCH

A few shots from The Oranges of Revolution launch at The Poetry Cafe, 10th April 2015, featuring: David Bryant, Ceri May, Benedict Newbery, Fatemeh Shams, SJ Fowler, Helen Moore, Graham Buchan and Caroline Teague.

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Clare Saponia at Keats House

Clare Saponia performs a piece from her forthcoming collection: The Oranges of Revolution

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Copywriting War and other Business Sins at Poetry Unplugged

Clare Saponia at Poetry Unplugged (The Poetry Place, London) performing poems from her collection ‘Copywriting War and other Business Sins’.  

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Breaking the Silence

Clare Saponia performed as a guest poet at Breaking the Silence: an anti-war Speakout/ Tweetout event at ULU organised by the Stop the War Coalition in September 2011 to raise awareness of the Antiwar Mass Assembly in Trafalgar Square on … Continue reading

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Emergency Verse

Poetry in action: For Embolism and The Merry-go-round goes round performed at the launch of Emergency Verse – Poetry in Defence of Welfare State on 25th May 2011 at Housmans Radical Booksellers, London.

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