This Saturday 14th November 2pm-4pm we have the wonderful poet Jaya Penelope and open-mike at Perth Poetry Club, VIA ZOOM and at THE MOON CAFÉ.
Poet and storyteller, Jaya Penelope has been a part of Perth’s poetry and performance community for twenty years.
She has hosted poetry readings, performed at local and interstate festivals, self-published three zines and a cd (all vintage items now) and been published in various literary journals.
This Saturday 7th November 2pm-4pm we have the wonderful poet Splodge and open-mike at Perth Poetry Club, VIA ZOOM and at THE MOON CAFÉ.
Splodge is an English-born performance poet, writer, interventionist and artist.
He is dynamic. His voice is velvet smooth. His words dance through your senses; take you to surprising places!
His poetry has featured on both the written page and nebulous web, but it is best to experience it live…
This Saturday 3rd October it’s the John Clarke satirical verse event and open-mike at Perth Poetry Club, VIA ZOOM from THE MOON CAFÉ.
NOTE – THIS WILL BE A ZOOM EVENT ONLY. WE WILL BE ZOOMING FROM THE MOON BUT THERE WILL BE NO STAGE MIKE. Just a computer and a data projector, for this week.
Research by the late John Clarke (of Clarke & Dawe and Fred Dagg fame) clearly demonstrates that a great many of the world’s most famous poets were Australian.
This Saturday 26th September it’s Perth Poetry Festival time and open-mike at Perth Poetry Club, VIA ZOOM and at MOANA HALL
THE MOON CAFE is NOT AVAILABLE SO CHANGE IN VENUE.
We have fantastic festival poets at Moana Hall, east end of Hay Street Mall, 618 Hay St Mall, Level 1.
Michael Welch (USA) - note Michael may not appear as it is very early in the morn in the US
David Stavanger (Qld) Anne-Marie Whiu (Qld)
This Saturday 19th September we have Young Poets Showcase and open-mike at Perth Poetry Club, mc-ed by Veronica Lake and PPC, via ZOOM at the Moon.
2020 has been dire for everyone because of the dreaded Covid. It has impacted on our lives in many ways. For Year 12 students who work under enormous pressure in their final year of school, Covid has added an extra dimension of stress. Nonetheless, the young poets reading out their work today, have still found time to be creative and in this most special of genres.