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Speakeasy

Soho’s new material and performance night, a place for artists from across all disciplines to present their new, raw, unscratched material in the friendliest and most supportive of atmospheres. We are open to all new ideas, be they big, small, loud, quiet, ambitious, or just a bit weird - all voices are welcome at Speakeasy.

The Patch Project

The Patch Project is a podcast in celebration of lost texts, experimental to-do lists, and found poetry, documenting my journey to complete every badge in the 1995 Brownie Guide Badge book. Expect non-literal interpretations of the instructions... Episodes are released fortnightly alongside blog posts, and can be found on iTunes, Libsyn, or wherever you get your podcasts. Produced by Elly Lazarides.

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A Show about Trains

A Show About Trains is a show about trains.

Poet Kit Finnie grew up in a rural Lincolnshire market town. Travel was restricted to where your dad could be bothered to drive you, and she didn’t go anywhere alone (further than the shop) until she was eighteen.

In A Show About Trains, she explores the impact of lack of travel on herself, her town, the nation and the world at large, asking why, in an age of borders, Brexit and absurd ticket prices, there still isn’t a rail station in North Thoresby.

A Show About Trains is a story about local history, local politics, local prejudices, and whether it’s possible to ever really leave the place you grow up.

For tickets:

https://www.roundhouse.org.uk/whats-on/2019/the-last-word-2019/lw19-a-show-about-trains/