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“This piece of floor is mine”: poetry at Jazz Cafe POSK, the Polish cultural home in London

"Poetry London" offers a unique event “mój JESTEM kawałek podlogi”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0eBwCQBXfFo&feature=player_embedded

 

 

16 February 2011. Next Sunday, February 20 at the Jazz Cafe POSK, the group "Poetry London" offers a unique event “mój JESTEM kawałek podlogi” ("This piece of floor is mine"*).

During the afternoon you will be able to enter the world of 23 unique artists. Featuring: Iza Smolarek, Tomek Klarecki, Adam Siemieńczyk, Urszula Szczepanek, Anna Maria Mickiewicz, Monika Lidke, Włodek Fenrych, Dana Parys-White, Tomasz Januszkiewicz, Marta Brassart, Anna Maria Różańska, Beata Korabiowska, Helena Werda , Łukasz Bielecki, Wiesław B. Bołtryk, Sebastian Kwiatkowski, Piotr Macierzyński, Maciek Pysz, Agata Rozumek, Artur Tomaszewski and Dan Mansouri.

Special guests will be: Roman Maciejewski-Varga and Śledź-Śledziuha. During the “mój JESTEM kawałek podłogi” will also have its world premiere song specially composed for the event by Joseph Skrzek.

– Together we will find the words and sound sensitivity, we will present the diversity of creation. Energy produced during successive literary events, this time exploding with all the power and subtlety. We show different states of our existence. From poetry to the drama of existence. From the cold city, thin ice of friendship, loneliness. Through poetry, life, meeting, finding yourself and understanding. For the word that saves. This afternoon, our distant roads converge into one –

Provided by organizers of the meeting. See you on the world’s cultural roof!

When: February 20
Where: Jazz Cafe POSK
238-246 King Street (Hammersmith)
London W6 0RF
Time: 16:00

ticket: £ 5

Read the article in Polish here: mój JESTEM kawałek podłogi”

 

* Name of a classic Polish rock song, which you can listen to here (with English translation).

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67ABYgODt5o 

 

 

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