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Kinga Tóth | European Poetry Festival

7-8 April 2018, 7:30pm
Rich Mix London & IKLECTIK

35 - 47 Bethnal Green Road, E1 6LA & 'Old Paradise Yard' 20 Carlisle Lane SE1 7LG

POETRY

Kinga Tóth at the European Poetry Festival

The first ever European Poetry Festival will be a pioneering showcase of live literature, including collaboration and performance, and aims at no less than to begin a tradition - an annual festival in the UK, that shares the best of 21st century European and British poetry across the country. The festival is curated by SJ Fowler www.stevenjfowler.com 

The European Camarade - April Saturday 7th at Rich Mix
Free entrance : 7.30pm - 35-47 Bethnal Green Rd, London E1 6LA.
www.richmix.org.uk/events/spoken-word/european-poetry-festival 

32 poets in 16 pairs, including Kinga Tóth from Hungary, presenting brand new collaborations of literary performance, made especially for the night. The grand event of European Poetry Festival, formerly European Poetry Night.

The Camarade is a way to bring together dozens of European poets to London to collaborate, perform and to build connections that will last for decades. Collaboration inculcates not only an open, welcoming atmosphere at live literary events, but inherently inspires innovation in the works being performed.


Performance Literature & Sound Poetry : Sunday April 8th at IKLECTIK
Free entrance : 7.30pm doors for 8pm start - Old Paradise Yard, 20 Carlisle Lane. SE1 7LG
www.iklectikartlab.com   

European poetry is going through a remarkable renaissance in avant-garde and innovative practise. At the forefront of this movement are a series of poets exploring the possibilities of performance, liveness, space, time and sound. This event is a unique opportunity to witness firsthand the possibilities of an old art in a new century.

Featuring new works made for the night by : Kinga Tóth, Hannah van Bingsbergen, Robert Prosser, Alessandro Burbank, Rike Scheffler, Ásta Fanney Sigurðardóttir, Max Hofler, Tomas Pridal, Simon Pomery, Sergej Timofejev, Daniel Falb and more.

Kinga Tóth writes and publishes short stories, poems and drama pieces in Hungarian, German and English languages. She is a musician, extensive vocalist, visual and sound-poet, presents her work in performances, exhibitions and installations. She loves noise music and tomato.
 

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