Category Archives: Spoken Word

3 Voices

By Richard |

Featuring Steel Rhyme Steel Rhyme is multi-instrumentalist and singer Luke Carver Goss and percussionist extraordinaire Gary Hammond.  Groove, melody and song. A panoply of percussion, guitar and squeezebox. From Sheffield to Appalachia. Songs traditional and original. Music with space, weaving in, out and around the wonderful world of Roots and Acoustic music. PLUS Our usual […]

Greg Byron

By Richard |

Writer/Performer of original Spoken Word and host of the #StandUpPoet podcast on iTunes, Spotify etc… Funny, witty, outraged, plain silly, sometimes just poignant or cathartic, but always “keeps you constantly engaged” (Kansas City Star, USA) delivering verses on life, the universe and everything (ish)… Verses inspired by modern day and social comment performed with a […]

An Audience with Michael Smith

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Michael Smith is the author of a number of widely acclaimed books about spies and special forces, including the Sunday Times No 1 bestseller Station X: The Codebreakers of Bletchley Park and the New York Times bestseller Killer Elite: America’s Most Secret Special Operations Team. He served in British military intelligence before becoming an award-winning […]

Three Voices

By Richard |

The Three Voices ensemble returns with more music, poems, drama, stories and a little madness – after all, it’s March.  Special guest is the very talented Phil Friend

An Audience with John Sergeant 

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Many people will remember John Sergeant as one of Britain’s most popular and respected broadcasters and authors. The former Chief Political Correspondent for the BBC and ITN Political Editor, his award-winning career as a political journalist, both for the BBC and ITN, has been as lengthy as it has been successful and seen him interview […]

Mara

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“Dominic Kelly conjures an entire world single-handed from an almost empty stage” Lancaster Guardian on MARA, September 2023 1868, northern Sweden: discharged from the army with malaria, Morten scrapes a living on the edge of the vast forest. Suddenly he begins to suffer nightmares and mysterious visits as he sleeps. A friend tells him he’s plagued […]

‘Dirty, Sexy and Totally Iconic’

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Six Finger Productions with AR Media & Give-Get-Go Films & The Ted Lewis Centre present …‘Dirty, Sexy and Totally Iconic’ is a documentary celebration of the 50th anniversary of British pop-noir classic ‘Get Carter’, a film rated by many as the best British gangster film of all time and billed as the “Best British Film […]

3 Voices

By Richard |

Three Voices is delighted to welcome back renowned fiddle-player Carol Dawson of Folklincs with some favourite tunes from near and far.  We hope she’ll bring some Folklincs friends too!  Barton Muse poets, John Fairclough, author of Northern Lights and Monty Martin, author of Close and Personal will present poignant poems from their anthologies together with […]

Louise Beech

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MEET THE AUTHOR Louise Beech is the author of nine novels and a memoir, Eighteen Seconds. Her debut, How to be Brave, was a Guardian Readers’ Pick; The Lion Tamer Who Lost shortlisted for at the Romantic Novel Awards and longlisted for the Polari Prize; Call Me Star Girl was Best magazine’s Book of the […]

Three Voices:

By Richard |

Never a Dull Moment Music   Comedy   Story   Poetry More comic conversations from Sue and Sheri, stories, poems and songs from the Usual Suspects, a return of those tramps who Waited for Godot and a visit from The Dark Girl Dressed in Blue. PLUS: Participative Percussion with Peter Oak!

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