Once again we’re returning to the Off the Shelf fray, this time with a showcase of some of the UK’s finest performance poets.
The line-up will include regular Latitude and Glastonbury performer Byron Vincent, A.F. Harrold, who is reportedly ‘Spike Milligan and Peter Cook rolled into one’ – Daljit Nagra (no pressure then), Mark Gwynne Jones, who The Guardian called – ‘inspired… one of the most accomplished performance poets in the land’ and, as if it could get any better, there will also be music from Sheffield stalwart, fantastic singer-songwriter Louis Romegoux.
Sentence and a half huh?
Here’re the practical details:
Venue: Cafe Euro
Start Time: 8pm
Cost: £5 on the door
Visit the Facebook event page for even more information.
Off the Shelf (A Bit More About the Festival)
Now in its 18th year, Off the Shelf is an annual celebration of Sheffield literature funded and organised by Sheffield City Council’s Culture Department. All ages are catered for, with events including readings, storytelling, walks, exhibitions and a great deal more.