Reason and rhyme returns to Friargate’s Beautiful Planet cafe tomorrow as Bohemia Poetry Night returns.
Taking the floor for the fourth Bohemia Poetry Night will be published poet Terry Quinn, leading light of the Preston Poets Society and of community radio station Preston FM’s Arts Scene spot.
He’s joined by another star of Preston Poets, award winning writer Martin Domleo, and multi-instrumentalist musician and rhymer, Tom Metcalfe.
London-based urban poet Abdulhai Dawood returns, after getting a great reaction at previous Bohemia Poetry Nights, to give his audience the word on the street.
There is observational poetry from Crafty Artist and a performance by Chris “Magi’ Chris” Woodworth, who made a big impression in the open mic slot at the third Bohemia Poetry Night. And completing the bill will be spoken word and propaganda poetry from Steph Left, readings from published poet Nick Williams, of Preston’s 4Poets collective and words of wisdom from Bowland poet William Michael Neary.
Hosted by Bohemia Poetry organiser and quantum poet, Dean Fraser, entry is free and doors open at 8pm – with an open mic interval if you fancy yourself as a wordsmith. If you impress, you could be invited back.