Together After 50 Years
Sunday 21st May, 5.00pm - 7.00pm
Craft Bar, Northway
Free (Collection for “We Shall Overcome” during evening)
Just turn up
NB: this session is not suitable for children
Together after 50 years
Named after a small publication that became Britain’s longest surviving small poetry magazine, the performance poetry group Krax gigged in the early 70’s supporting bands such as Wally, Grimms, The Mirror Boys and the more famous Liverpool poets Roger McGough, Brian Patten and Adrian Henri. The group performed in student unions, pubs, folk clubs, theatres, and festivals including the International Harrogate Festival.
Now after 50 years, three of the Krax poets have reunited. Joolz Danby (Joolz the punk poet), David Pruckner and Graham Rhodes will be appearing on stage together at this year’s “Big Ideas by The Sea Festival” at Scarborough’s Craft Bar 21st May between 5.00pm and 7.00pm.
They will be supported by Scarborough’s poet James Koppert and improvisation performer Captain Ants.
Admission will be free although a collection will be held for “We Shall Overcome” the organisation dedicated to raising money for the homeless.
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