From 7.30pm to 11pm, this Friday 9 March, come down to Finsbury Square, for a night of cabaret, spoken word and music!
Originally organised for the School of Ideas before it was evicted, Finsbury Square play will now welcome some of the UK’s up and coming live acts.
Hosted by spoken word artists, BBC Edinburgh Fringe Slam Champion Cat Brogan and Pete the Temp – ‘Poetry’s answer to Mark Thomas (Chortle)’ – the night, powered by 12v and in support of Occupy London, will feature:
- Dizraeli – Rapper, singer, poet who forced folk to marry hip-hop
- Joe Driscoll - Effortlessly fusing hop-hop, reggae, soul, folk and roots folk
- Attila the Stockbroker – Sharp-tongued, high energy, social surrealist rebel poet and songwriter
- Rachel Rose Reid- Makes moves in your mind with words
See you on the Square!
Attendees are asked to respect Occupy London’s Safer Space Policy. Do bring your solidarity and good vibrations. Bring instruments for possible jam session – timing permitting!