Posts Tagged ‘Open Mic Night’

We’re back in November with another Open Mic Session, this time at a NEW venue. Join us at The Creek on Dunmore Street On Monday, November 7 at 8pm. The theme is Words & Music – sing if you want to, but you really don’t have to. All welcome to read, all welcome to watch, […]

Thanks to all who joined us for our Flights of Fancy Open Mic night, and congrats to Simon who won the bottle of Olssens wine. You can read his winning poem here. Next Open Mic session is Monday, 7 November – we’re getting a bit big these days, so are trying out a new venue. […]

Thanks to all who joined us for last week’s “XTreme [sic]” themed Open Mic session. Congratulations to Jan Kelly, whose poem She won her a bottle of Olssens wine. Join us on Monday, 10 October for our next Open Mic, themed “Flights of fancy”. From 8pm, upstairs at Kai Whaka Pai, Ardmore Street, Wanaka.

Enjoyed Sam Hunt? Keen for more? We’ve got it – come along for our Open Mic session on Monday, September 12. All welcome to read a poem, all welcome to just come and watch a selection of local talent strut their stuff. Best poem as voted by the audience wins a fine bottle of Olssens […]

The next Poetic Justice Open Mic session is almost here — join us on Monday, 11 July for a MULTIMEDIA-themed evening. We’d love for some of you to bring along poetry integrated with art, textiles, music, audio, digital creations and the like. But if you just want to read a poem, that’s fine too! It’s […]

It’s time for our next Open Mic night, and, in honour of New Zealand Book Month, we’re having a KIWIANA theme. Yes, bust out your stubbies, crack an L & P, and write us something about godzone. Not feeling inspired? No problem – bring your favourite NZ poem and share it with us. For a […]

Our next Open Mic Night is scheduled for Monday, 14 February. Not being ones to miss the opportunity to celebrate an important date, we’ve made the theme of this one Rage Against the Valentine. The plan was to showcase a fair swag of pessimism regarding matters of the heart, but we’ve already been approached by […]

Thanks to everyone who came along and shared their protest poems at the Poetic (in)Justice Open Mic Night. We had everything from war poems to James K Baxter’s commentary on mixed flatting.  It was moving, thought-provoking and, at times, funny, and it all helped us highlight International PEN Day of the Imprisoned Writer. Read more about PEN […]

If you happen to be in the Edinburgh of the South this week, join us on Wednesday, November 17 at the Robbie Burns Pub on George Street, Dunedin. Our very own Liz Breslin will be the featured reader at the Open Mic session, and she’d love some home town support.

Been a while since you had the chance to stick it to the man? Come along on Monday, 15 November for our Poetic (in)Justice Open Mic night. Readers are invited to read their favourite protest poem – any era, and topic, any author. Go on, get the crowd fired up! This will be followed by […]