This Friday, we’re excited to be hosting the sold out launch of Talia Randall’s debut poetry pamphlet ‘Proverbs for a Woman Drinking Alone’. We will be joined by Talia and her poetic pals for a night of laughter, wordplay and bubbly.
‘Proverbs for a Woman Drinking Alone’ is a pamphlet of poetry which tackles class, grief, and sexuality. Talia Randall confronts these themes alternately with closed fists and open hands, lacing humour into even the darkest subjects.
During the night, Talia Randall will be reading from her new book as well as hosting a variety of acts, local poets Charley Genever and Keely Mills, and internationally renowned Deaf artist Nadia Nadarajah, who will perform sign language poetry.
The event will be BSL interpreted, with Live Captions. To find out more and to join the waiting list, click here.