PBS stages words and music event

News - Books Tuesday, 06 November 2018

'A celebration of what unites us'

The Poetry Book Society (PBS) is to present its "most ambitious poetry event yet" on 23 November. "No-One Is an Island" will feature poetry from Raymond Antrobus - whose collection The Perseverance (Penned in the Margins) is the PBS winter choice - and David Harsent, with music by Holly Cullen-Davies and Live Junction. Actress Grace Cookey-Gam will read poems by Judith Kazantzis, Malika Booker and others. The venue is St Martin within Ludgate church, and the event starts at 7.30pm. It will be "a celebration of what unites us".

Tickets are £20/£15 conc (plus booking fee). Available from Eventbrite, or by phoning the Poetry Book Society: 0191 230 8100. The event takes place in association with the Stationers' Company and Time Productions.

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