This Saturday, it’s Tony Curtis as our feature on 20th January 2018 at Perth Poetry Club.
Tony Curtis was born in Dublin in 1955. An award-winning poet, Tony has published ten warmly received collections. His most recent title are 'Folk' (Arc Publications, 2011) 'Pony' with drawings and painting by David Lilburn (Occasional Press, 2013) and 'Approximately in the Key of C' (Arc Publications, 2015).
He has been awarded the Irish National Poetry Prize and the Varuna House Exchange Fellowship to Australia.
A Good Way to Start 2018 - No Poetry but Lunch
the Annual Helen JaNice (the Lovely)
"NO POETRY" Banquet/Brunch/Lunch (formerly Yum Cha?!!?)
will occur this Sunday 7th Jan 2018
at the Red Chilli Sichuan Restaurant
Unit 1, 191 James St, Northbridge
Meet at 1130am
Please RSVP Helen 0431 035 540 or Neil 0422 148 956
held in conjunction with/as a Fundraiser for V.H.M. (Viable Human Mob)
Love to See YOU there
A full poetry programme for January and February will be available next week
This Saturday, it’s the last gig for 2017 as a Mega Open-Mike Event where everyone is a feature, 16th December 2017 at Perth Poetry Club.
Perth Poetry Club holds Mega Open-Mikes quarterly as an opportunity for every open-miker to be a feature with 5 minutes (maximum) of performance time.
Best to prepare your performance. Try something different, experimental. Edit and refresh your poems. Hone your performance skills. Past events have been memorable for the quality of the poetry and performances.
This Saturday, it’s J.P. and Melissa Clements as our features on 2nd December 2017 at Perth Poetry Club.
J.P. has an eclectic background, having practised social work for 27 years, a probation officer for the first 8. She has tried hard not to fall into the abyss ever since. Her performing career includes: cabaret dancer, dance teacher, travelled as a dancer in production shows, pantomime actress and choreographer. JP is also an educator, having run ‘poetry is fun’ workshops in a school.