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Amiri Baraka: Performance

12 Apr 2014

The start of 2014 saw the death of Amiri Baraka, one of the most influential, controversial and galvanising cultural figures of the twentieth century. As poet, novelist, playwright, music critic, editor, and cultural organiser, Baraka extended the possibilities of modern writing. Following a day long symposium (tickets available separately) assessing the scope of nearly 65 years of work, considering the importance, paradoxes and potentialities of Baraka’s career across a range of disciplines, this evening performance commemorates the late poet’s life and work.

Programme

Video piece by Colin Still - 3 mins

19:03  Ben Hickman Introduction

19:05  KAYO CHINGONYI – 15 mins

19:20 MICHAEL ZAND - 15 mins

19:35 MELANIE ABRAHAMS – 10 mins

19:45 SEAN BONNEY - 20 mins

20:05  JEAN 'BINTA' BREEZE - 15 mins

20:20  LINTON KWESI JOHNSON - 20 mins

 

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