Posted on July 5, 2009 by Alex Rowse
Following on from Yemisi’s post, here are my photographs from the first event in the Fresh Off the Page trio. Where To? is next on the 10th of July!
Rachel Rose Reid retelling the myth of Persephone.
Inua Ellams retells the death of Mercutio from Romeo & Juliet.
Maxwell Golden performing his version of Pinocchio.
Please take a look at more photos here.
An audio interview with Maxwell Golden is to come.
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Posted on July 5, 2009 by SBC Blogger
Yesterday evening, a selection of poets and musicians set about reworking classic works of literature for an audience in the Queen Elizabeth Hall’s Front Room. Here’s a short interview with Dzifa Benson, one half of a poetry duo called Word Migrants, which also includes Naomi Woddis. Collaboratively they retold Beauty And The Beast.
Click here to listen.
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