Custom Search 1

Poetic Journeys

SHOW: Victoria And Albert Museum presents Poetic Journey (PIC CREDIT: V&A)

CELEBRATE THE poetry anthology TEN and follow us on a trail around the V&A as we hear newly commissioned work performed within the V&A galleries.

Join poets Mir Mahfuz Ali, Rowyda Amin, Nick Makoha, Roger Robinson, Shazea Quraishi and Jan Kofi-Tsekpo as they share their craft of powerful, moving and exceptional poetry.

Listen to sounds from eclectic worlds, genres and decades with three of London’s finest selectors: Charlie Dark, Rita Ray and Max Reinhardt, then hear Brooklyn-based artist Tracie Morris with her
unique style of word play.

Take part in a Q&A session hosted by writer and co-editor of the anthology TEN Bernardine Evaristo MBE, and expand your mind on one of our creative writing and digital workshops. Carol Ann Duffy, Poet
Laureate on TEN said: "talents who demonstrate the richness, energy and confidence of the poetic voice in our multicultural country. It is a joyful and important moment in publishing."

The event is in association with Spread The Word, Bloodaxe Books and The Books Project.

DJ sessions are free and on a drop-in basis.
Poetry Trails £5 (includes entry to the Q&A with Bernadine Evaristo MBE)
Workshops £5 each (includes entry to the Q&A with Bernadine Evaristo MBE)

Book online at or call 020 7942 2211
* Find out about future events at the V&A:
* Sign up for our events e-newletter:
* Become a fan on Facebook:
* Follow us on Twitter:
* Join the conversation on Twitter, use the hashtag #PoeticJourneys

*Sponsored feature

Subscribe to The Voice database!

We'd like to keep in touch with you regarding our daily newsletter, Voice competitions, promotions and marketing material and to further increase our reach with The Voice readers.

If interested, please click the below button to complete the subscription form.

We will never sell your data and will keep it safe and secure.

For further details visit our privacy policy.

You have the right to withdraw at any time, by clicking 'Unsubscribe'.