Wednesday, March 29, 2006

esiaba irobi reads in london

Esiaba Irobi, playwright, poet and professor of International Theatre & Film at Ohio University, Athens - reads in London on Saturday.

In the first Sentinel Poetry Live Event, Irobi will be the main attraction and will read from his new collection of poetry, Why I Don't Like Philip Larkin.

He will be joined on the night by other writers performing their selection of Irobi's poetry as well as their own pieces. The event is at the Waterloo Gallery. It starts at 7pm and entry is free. Come one come all.

Event Details
Waterloo Gallery
14 Bayliss Road
London SE1 1AA

Saturday 1st April / Time: 7 to 9pm
(The nearest station is Waterloo, and the gallery is diagonally across from the Old Vic theatre).


Anonymous Anonymous said...



12:19 am, March 31, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Molara...Thanks for all these, it makes one feel he was there physically. And the pictures are cool too...thanks again.

1:11 pm, April 03, 2006  
Anonymous mw said...

Sozaboy, thanks for dropping by!

12:30 am, April 04, 2006  

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