Keats House Poets Workshop: Poetry as Protest

Keats House, 10 Keats Grove, Hampstead
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This event ended on Sunday 28th of January 2018

Free, booking essential

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Keats House
Wentworth Place, Keats Grove, Hampstead, NW3 2RR

Nearest Stations

Hampstead Heath 0.12 miles


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Work with Keats House Poet Deanna Rodger to explore and create poetry as protest. Is it a viable form of protest? When and where has it been used, and to what extent? Is having a voice and space, to share perspectives, a form of resistance? Is there a fundamental human right?

Deanna is an international writer, performer and facilitator. She co-curates two leading spoken word events: Chill Pill and Come Rhyme With Me and is on the board of Safe Ground. Commissions include: Under The Skin (St Paul’s Cathedral), Now We Are Here (Young Vic), Women Who Spit (BBC IPlayer) and Buckingham Palace (NYT).

Supported by the Keats Foundation.


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