Eco Poetry Night

VENUE: Trinity Theatre (Foyer), Tunbridge Wells (tickets available soon)

We are witness to the increasing catalogue of environmental writing prompted by the climate and ecological emergency…this evening showcases poetry from the floor in response to this emergency and celebrates nature and concern for the planet through many different voices.

Join Jane Lovell, winner of the Ginkgo poetry prize 2020 and the Rialto Nature & Place poetry prize 2022, for an evening of poetry at Trinity Theatre, Tunbridge Wells.

With Poets for the Planet and Steve Walter + Open Mic

Jane Lovell is an award-winning British writer whose work focuses on our relationship with the planet and its wildlife. She has been widely published in journals and anthologies in the UK and US and recently won both the Ginkgo Poetry Prize (2020) and the Rialto Nature and Place Poetry Prize (2022). Essays have appeared in Elementum Journal, Dark Mountain and The Clearing and her most recent poetry collection, The God of Lost Ways, was published in 2020 by Indigo Dreams Press.

Poets for the Planet is a community of kindred poets, performers, artists and creative activists raising their voices to engage with climate and ecological emergency through poetry in all its forms. Their performance at COP26 (the United Nations Climate Change Conference) in Glasgow in November 2021 offered ‘a cross-cultural feast of poetry and science, investigating the danger our natural and human landscapes are facing across the globe and what we can do about it.’

To register for the open mic in advance please contact us using this link. Alternatively you can sign up on the night from 7:00pm

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