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There was an outbreak of trombone poetry in Jenny Lockyer‘s living room one rainy Saturday night. This was provoked by an invitation, and Jenny launched the evening herself with a few life-enhancing songs, before the trombone bounced the blues off a couple of overpopulated sofas. A short-range show.
At the end of the month, trombone poetry reappeared at The Book Club in Shoreditch, for the unsuspecting fans of Paolo Duarte’s Overground Collective. Large though the band is, they did not outnumber the crowd, and it was a pleasure to recite Vigil Aunty, A Great Deal and other works to the attentive throng, even to that woman with the miserable, glowering stare. The sparkling duo of Rachel Musson and Julie Kjaer then lit up the place, if not the face.
Friday 20 April 18:00
The ART Pack: trombone poetry + ruM (Mike Walter and Paul Taylor’s free/folk duo) + APE (Grassy Noel, voice, poetry; Paul Shearsmith, pocket trumpet & trombone, fire extinguishers; Mike Walter, saxophones, synth, percussion; Graham MacKeachan, double bass, objects) + free nibbles + topnotch Italian grub
11-13 Old Street
020 7689 5577
Tuesday 24 April 20:00
trombone poetry + open mic, presented by Carl Chamberlain
SING FOR YOUR SUPPER
The Queen’s Head
144 Stockwell Rd
Wednesday 25 April 20:00
373 Commercial Rd
020 7790 7335
Saturday 28 April 12:00 – 02:00 (i.e. noon till 2am)
CANCELLED DUE TO CLOSURE OF PUB!
trombone poetry + sundry turns
THE IVY HOUSE
40 Stuart Road
020 7358 2778
Fundraising event. Trombone poetry onstage at about 13:00.
ALD Life is a patients’ support group working with patients and families with a diagnosis of Adrenoleukodystrophy – ALD or Adrenomyeloneruropathy – AMN, which are two rare genetic conditions.
Sunday 29 April 19:00
trombone poetry + Keen/Osgerby Trio
7 Church Lane
020 8518 7463