Asylum: Matthew Crampton songs from Human Cargo

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just skipping back to our Asylum session at The Story Sessions for Brockley Max, some music from Matthew Crampton’s Human Cargo

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and By the Hush (Paddy’s Lament)

 

Refugees Welcome at The Story Sessions Asylum -videos

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It’s taken a while to get these up, sorry – here are videos of the three stories from The Refugees Welcome Anthology read at our Asylum themed The Story Sessions for Brockley Max.

Cherry Potts, Queues

More of Cherry’s writing can be heard live TONIGHT at Liars’ League London and on Friday at Story Fridays in Bath.

Snipets from the other two stories, as we have no claim on the copyright:

Jane Roberts, The Etymology of Happiness read by Katy Darby

and Oscar Windsor-Smith This England read by Alix Adams

more videos to come from our two Brockley Max events…

The Story Sessions: Two Poems by Kate Foley for ASYLUM at BrockleyMax

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A short video from Saturday’s The Story Sessions for BrockleyMax: Asylum, with Katy Darby reading Kate Foley‘s poems, Roots, and Jail Break.

Kate will be reading her own work TONIGHT Wednesday 1st June at our second The Story Sessions for BrockleyMax: Childhood – At The Brockley Deli, 14A Brockley Cross, SE4.

We hope Jailbreak will be published by us in the near future as part of the Liberty Tales anthology

Brockley MAX Story Sessions: Asylum

brockley max 16The Story Sessions is out of retirement for BrockleyMax. FREE EVENT

refugees welcomeSaturday 28th May 3.30pm in St Hilda’s Church, Courtrai Road Crofton Park SE23 1PL: Asylum – stories and poems and music around the concept of safety/sanctuary or the need for it. This is partly to showcase the Refugees Welcome anthology (not published by us, raising funds for Red Cross Refugee work) and will include stories from the book. Stories will be read by a mixture of authors and actors – where the author’s name is in bold, they are reading.

Refreshments avilable from 3pm. (if you have the stamina there’s a singing workshop with Various Voices on the same theme at 6:45 in the undercroft.)

The line up:

Music & story from Matthew Crampton from his book & show – Human Cargo

Story Mouse by David Mathews, which is featured in last year’s Solstice Shorts and will be in the forthcoming anthology Shortest Day, Longest Night Read by Alix Adams

Story Queues from Cherry Potts, from the Refugees Welcome anthology

Story This England by Oscar Windsor-Smith from the Refugees Welcome anthology Read by Alix Adams

Poems  Roots and Jail Break by Kate Foley* read by Katy Darby

Story Etymology of Happiness by Jane Roberts from the Refugees Welcome anthology read by Katy Darby

and of course …. YOU!

The Story Sessions is run like a folk club – headliners, support acts and floor spots – you can join in with 100 words of fiction or poetry on theme. Come prepared or write something with a cup of tea between 3-3.30, pens & paper will be provided!Story Sessions logo copy

Katy

Katy

Alix

Alix

*Kate Foley WILL be reading her own poetry at the NEXT The Story Sessions on 1st June at The Brockley Deli. Theme Childhood.

Call out: The Story Sessions at BrockleyMax festival May & June 2016

Story Sessions logo copyWe are reviving the Story Sessions, we hope permanently! starting with a couple of events at BrockleyMax.

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Deadline for submissions 1st May. This can be previously published work as it will not lead to a book, so if you have something suitable and can come and read it, let’s hear from you.

Saturday 28th May 3pm in St Hilda’s Church, Courtrai Road Crofton Park SE4: Asylum – stories (around 1500 words) or poems around the concept of safety/sanctuary or the need for it. This is partly to showcase the Refugees Welcome anthology (not published by us!) but we want to include other work so send us stuff.
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Wednesday 1st June 7.30 at The Brockley Deli 14A Brockley Cross London, SE4 1BE

(we went down a storm there last year) stories (around 1500 words) or poems on the theme of Childhood. Kate Foley will be headlining this with her adoption poems The Don’t Touch Garden, but we’d like some variety. We already have stories lined up from Liam Hogan and Helen Morris – so get your oar in!

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Kate Foley reading from The Don’t Touch Garden

Liam Hogan reads from RAT

Liam Hogan reads from RAT