Our next Talk of the Town is right around the corner with an amazing guest! Keith Jarret, a spoken word performer who returns with some new funny and moving poems about being black and queer in London.
Performance, poet, writer, playwright, educator, Keith has published a variety of works in both English and Spanish. His work explores Black British and Caribbean history, religion, and sexuality, by providing his audience with “clever, insightful, humorous, and humbling” performances of his poems as Three Weeks describes.
A well-established career that has received many recognitions, with him being crowned as UK Poetry Slam! Champion and FLUPP International Poetry Slam Winner. His poetry show, Identity Mix-Up (2013), premiered and received 5 stars at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Keith was also selected as one of Val McDermid’s ten outstanding LGBTQI+ writers in the UK for the International Literary Showcase. Not only that, BBC Four’s ‘Queers’ series has filmed his play “Safest Spot in Town”, which was performed at the Old Vic. His work can be considered both inspiring and thought-provoking. His appearances at Talk of the Town are not to be missed!
To learn more about Keith and his work you can visit this website.
Join Keith on the 4th of April from 18:15 to 19:45 and enjoy a free pint with the rest of the Arcadia Abroad students, at Arcadia's Talk of the Town! The event will be hosted at an old-fashioned renowned British pub- King and Queen Pub 1 Foley St. Fitzrovia W1W 6DL.
To attend, please follow the link and fill out the form you will find attached in the email that is sent to you!