Friday, 25 April 2014

My poetry gig at YW8, The Proud Archivist, tomorrow at 8.30pm

Anna Chen performs poetry for the YW8 launch at The Proud Archivist in east London tomorrow.

I'll be doing some of the funnier poetry.

It's a new arts centre on the Regents Canal just off Kingland Road, near where I was born and raised, a po' Chinese Brit gurl in deepest Hackney. Although the gig is billed as Shoreditch.

The Proud Archivist, 2-10 Hertford Rd, N1 5ET

Show starts 8.30pm, Saturday 26 April 2014. In these austere times you'll be delighted to know it's free entry. Woot!

Doors open at 8.30pm with the acts running from 9pm till 10pm. We're excited to have the amazingly talented Anna Chen (otherwise known as Madam Miaow) read some of her poetry to kick off the evening, which will be hosted by the versatile Siu-See Hung of the London Actors' Hub.

Other acts for our launch include: William Seaward, Matthew Lim, Jade Ho and Andrew Arasaratnam.

A free standing open-mic will run after the program ends, so feel free to stay till late and perhaps do a little performance of your own.

So now you know. See you there.

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