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What Words Are Ours?

12/11/2020
Starts 08:00 PM to 09:30 PM
Where
Zoom Call
Ticket price
Free
Age limit
16 +
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What Words Are Ours?

A Deaf inclusive poetry cabaret beamed right into your living room

Co-presented by Trinity Community Arts and The Gulbenkian

Created and hosted by the “sublime” and “distinctive” Talia Randall this BSL interpreted and captioned poetry cabaret features a kaleidoscope of performances, from comedians, to sign language artists and rising stars of the spoken word scene.

Performed live on Zoom, What Words Are Ours will be hosted by poetry-clown Talia Randall. She’ll be reading her upfront poetry, popping out her signature silly humour and inviting some very special guests to join her:

Featured on Boiler Room, BBC Radio, Worldwide FM and multi-talented artist Belinda Zhawi will share her stunning poems with you on the night.

Multi slam winner Jasmine Gardosi will perform her electrifying, high energy spoken word, as well as writing an on-the-spot poem based on audience suggestions.

Raffie Julien is a dancer, actor and multi-talented Deaf performer. Raffie will be performing a stunning BSL piece on the night.

Poet and disability rights champion Stephen Lightbown will be sharing a brand new poetry film made especially for the show, as well as performing his captivating poetry.

What Words Are Ours will be BSL interpreted by Becky Bary and Mia Ward. The show will be captioned by Claire Hill.

How to watch: This edition of What Words Are Ours will take place online via Zoom. When you have booked you will be sent an E-Ticket to your registered email address (please check your spam folder), which will contain the Zoom link to enable you to access the event.

Please note that each device needs one ticket each (but you are welcoming to grab a bubble buddy and join on the same device!)

Price: This event is free with a limited capacity; we recommend booking in advance.

If you have any specific requirements, please contact the Box Office at info@trinitybristol.org.uk or  0117 935 1200

Trinity and The Gulbenkian have taken the decision to support artists by paying fees for performances even when we are not charging for tickets.

Please consider donating what you can for your ticket here, to support Gulbebkian and their work during this time.

Supported by Arts Council England using National Lottery Funds.

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