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PBH’s EDINBURGH FREE FRINGE

An exciting summer lies ahead!

Hey folks,

Here are some July poetry performance I have got coming up:

SPARK, THE GOBLIN WIZARD, MANCHESTER  Family comedy show, Thursday 3rd July

SPARK, THE GOBLIN WIZARD, GLASGOW  Family comedy show, Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th July

LIVIN’ RUFF, SALFORD  Adult comedy poetry, Wednesday 16th July

FOODIES FESTIVAL, TATTON PARK  Family comedy poetry, Friday 18th and Saturday 19th July

THE DRAGON WHO HATES POETRY, CHESTER Family comedy show, Sunday 20th July

GREAT WAR STORIES, CHESTER War Centenary themed library poetry event, Wednesday 30th July

… and then I will be performing every day (except Mondays) with PBH’s Free Fringe up in Edinburgh

SPARK, THE GOBLIN WIZARD, EDINBURGH  Family comedy show, 2nd to 23rd August (not Mondays)

PLAYING MORTAL KOMBAT GUARANTEES YOU INNER CALM Adult poetry show, 19th to 23rd August

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…. and then rehearsals will begin for my upcoming brand new family poetry show, ‘When Trolls Try To Eat Your Goldfish’! But more info on that one later…………………….

A NEW FRIEND

Proud to be a friend of the Vegan Society

Yup, my ongoing work with The Vegan Society continues as I bring my fruity verse to events up and down the country.

It is supercool to officially be a Vegan Society friend. Yay! Watch this space for updates on further performances :-)

www.vegansociety.com 

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POETRY PERFORMANCES

out and about colliding with verse

Following a fantastic sell out national tour of my family show, ‘Spark, The Goblin Wizard’, here are some dates for performances of poems aimed at adult audiences…

May

17      Manchester Vegan Fair

Details on their website

19     Newcastle, Alphabetti Soup

Find the facebook event here

21     Leicester, Find The Right Words

Find the facebook event here

30     New Mills, Solid with Stardust

Details on their website

SPARK, THE GOBLIN WIZARD!

2014 tour!

Starting this February, The Goblin Wizard Spark is going out on tour!

Hot on the heels of last year’s ‘The Dragon Who Hates Poetry’ tour, this new, solo, family comedy show is hitting the road before heading up to Edinburgh for a month long run with PBH’s free fringe in August.

February

19 The Invisible Orchard, The Old School, Morland
2pm £7 invisible-orchard.com

20 Town Hall, WayWord Festival, Chester
10.30am £5 (under 12s free) wayword.co.uk

21 The Edge, Chorlton
1.30pm £7 / £5 edgetheatre.co.uk

22 The Continental, Preston
1pm £5 / £16 family ticket newcontinental.net

March

8 The Met, Bury
11am £6 themet.biz

29 Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham Poetry Festival
4.30pm £7 / £5 cheltenhampoetryfest.co.uk

30 Vegfest (at The Hove Centre), Brighton
3pm £2 (under 16s free) brighton.vegfest.co.uk

May

3 Bewick Hall, Newcastle City Library, Newcastle
3pm £2 sparkgoblinwizard.eventbrite.co.uk

18 St Mary’s Flower Park, Prestwich Clough Day
2pm Free entry prestwichclough.co.uk

 

THE DRAGON WHO HATES POETRY

goes on autumn / winter 2013 tour!

SEPTEMBER

29

Trinity Walk Shopping Centre, Wakefield

11am / 1pm / 3pm

free entry

wakefieldlitfest.org.uk

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OCTOBER

3

Florence Arts Centre

1pm

£5 / family discounts available

florence mine.com

5

The Continental, Preston

1pm

£5 / £16 family ticket

newcontinental.net

6

Waterside Arts Centre, Sale

11.30am / 2.30pm

£7 / 5

watersideartscentre.co.uk

12

East Midlands Vegan Festival, Lincoln

3pm

free entry

eastmidlandsveganfestival.co.uk

13

Ilkley Playhouse, Ilkely Literature Festival

1.30pm

£5 / 3

ilkleyliteraturefestival.org.uk

18

Tarvin Community Centre

6pm

£5 / 3

tarvincommunitycentre.org

19

Harlequin Theatre, Northwich

11am

£5 / 3

danarts.org

26

West Midlands Vegan Festival, Wolverhampton

2pm

£1

midlandsveganfestival.org.uk

29

The Met, Bury

11am

£6

themet.biz

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NOVEMBER

10

The Atkinson, Southport

2pm

£4

theatkinson.co.uk

14

The Cockpit, London

11.30am

£4

thecockpit.org.uk

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DECEMBER

8

Newcastle City Library

2pm

£2

dragonwhohatespoetry.eventbrite.co.uk

‘The Dragon Who Hates Poetry’ is part funded by Grants for the Arts / National Lottery and co-produced by Z Arts

  ‘Great show! The kids loved it. Very interactive and entertaining.’ Parent at Z Arts

  ‘Very good and funny and I would love to see it again.’ Child at Wigan Words 

  ‘…one of the easiest artists to work with, you’ve kept in communication with me, flagged up show on facebook etc, I came in, on time, you were already here and set up!’ Booker at Wigan Words 

 

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Dominic wins … 

Superheroes Of Slam, hosted by the Manchester Literature Festival

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Dominic Berry’s ‘Pulse’… 

Dominic performs award-winning set at ‘Not Part Of’ festival in Kro Bar, Manchester.

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