O, London poets: we want you! We are looking for London's finest poets to perform their work live at Curzon Soho, inspired by Jim Jarmusch’s latest feature film, Paterson.
On Friday 25 November on the opening night of Paterson, we will be having a special screening followed by a live poetry slam hosted by poet Niall O’Sullivan (who hosts London's premier open mic Poetry Unplugged at the Betsey Trotwood, and teaches Poetry and Performance at London Metropolitan University).
Read on to find out how to participate.
ABUOT THE EVENT
After the opening night screening of the film on Friday 25 November he will host a poetry slam where poets get on stage, perform their work and are judged by the cinema audience.
Poets who are selected to perform will receive a free ticket to the screening. The winning poet will receive a Curzon Classic cinema membership, goodies from the film and of course the acclaim of the crowd!
If you’d like to take part in the poetry slam, tweet @CurzonCinemas and @poetniall to register your interest, or fill in the form below. Niall O'Sullivan will select the performers and contact them to confirm their slot by Friday 18 November.
APPLICATIONS TO PERFORM IN THE POETRY SLAM ARE NOW CLOSED AND POETS HAVE BEEN SELECTED.
Due to popular demand we were not be able to accommodate all applicants, so if you haven't heard from us unfortunately you've not been selected this time.
However, you can still come to the screening and enjoy the live poetry slam at 6.20pm at Curzon Soho.
Paterson is out in UK cinemas from Friday 25 November.