Event Details


Time: November 23, 2014 from 7:30pm to 10:30pm
Location: Kuku Club
Street: Greyfriars Road
City/Town: Cardiff
Website or Map: https://www.google.co.uk/maps…
Event Type: live, literature, poetry, music
Organized By: Mab Jones
Latest Activity: Oct 31, 2014

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Event Description

A new night of live literature and spoken entertainment which takes love in all its forms as its inspiration. Poetry and prose, stories and sonnets, true tales and exotic fictions - this is an evening of sumptuous, sonorous, and highly sensual spoken word performance. With the odd dash of music, guest readers, and a small number of open mic spots, come and be entertained, reveal a secret in our anonymous Confession Box, or even tell a tale yourself. A lovely, love-filled night, hosted by 'daring wordsmith' Mab Jones


Our venue is the exquisite, Moroccan-themed Kuku Club.

£5 non-members / £4 members / £3 open mic readers
(to become a member, go here to sign up. It's free:


Dominic Stevenson 
is London based writer with his roots in the post-industrial north of England. His aim is to take part in the global discussions surrounding societal, gender, sexual and educational equality. His poetry and short stories have been published in a range of print and online publications including Poetry and Paint, Forward Poetry, The Cadaverine and Spontaneity Arts Journal. His first collection, The Northern Line, is due out in 2015.
W: Fantasticaldom.com
T: @Fantastical_Dom
FB: /FantasticalDom

Susie Wild
lives in Cardiff and has been performing her words in dives and dance halls since 2006. She’s been on the bill at Green Man, Dinefwr, Glastonbury Festival, Hay Festival, The Laugharne Weekend, Hay Poetry Jamboree, Bailey Hill Festival, Floralia, Swn, Disruption, Made in Roath, Birmingham Literature Festival, The Absurd, The Dylan Weekend, and many more. Her poetry has been published on websites, in anthologies, magazines and even on cake (Rising, Nu2, Bugged, Spilt Milk, Square, Poetry Digest, Leaf Writers Magazine etc). She also writes fiction; see The Art of Contraception and Arrivals (Parthian Books). 
@soozerama / http://susiewild.blogspot.co.uk/

Joao Morais 
won the 2013 Terry Hetherington Award for Young Writers, and has previously been shortlisted for both the Percy French Prize for Comic Verse and the Rhys Davies Short Story Award. He is currently studying for a PhD in Creative Writing at Cardiff University, and is represented by Ivan Mulcahy and Associates. Check him out on twitter: @_JoaoMorais 

With music from anarchist, writer & musician
Raz Chaoten

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