HYG NIGHTS #10: as the rain that has lain long in the furrow. Friday 22nd February 19.30

We are in dialogue with the soil. Who talks? And who listens?


This month, we welcome poets and performance artists:

Jahmar NgoziBroken English: Emerging Artist Award Winner, Poetry Slam Champion and Playwright. A London based Creative with original flavour. 4-Star review for his show “Amsterdam” at last years Edinburgh Fringe. Director of www.poetryhouse.co.uk a platform for organic Fashion and poetry.

Hannah MaryA Coin for the Ferryman: When you die you are charged not only for the plot In which you lie, but for strangers to move you. You are also charged through every county the body moves and every mile driven. When the earth owns the body, how can we reconcile with paying the debts of the deceased so they can be at peace?

Bobby Fitzgerald

Channie BSURGE: The journey of humanity as a plant. The growth, the downfall, the death, and hope for rebuilding. The piece speaks to each audience member as a rose that came from concrete, with the tools to spread the seeds of knowledge about rebuilding our communities free from stereotypes, prejudice and discrimination.
Tickets are £4 (cash) on the door, all proceeds to the artists; rsvp thru eventbrite!

HYG Nights Safer Spaces Policy
We welcome artists and attendees from all races, sexualities, genders and abilities. As such we expect anyone attending the event to be respectful to the performers and their fellow audience members.

There is a zero-tolerance policy for any kind of harassment.
We want everyone attending this event to feel safe and to be able to enjoy the night. If you feel uncomfortable at any point, please come and speak to a member of staff.
The venue has gender neutral toilets.

Title extracted from “The Flowering of the Rod” by H.D.

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