Do Or Die Poets At Sobar Friday 26th February 6-9pm

The Do Or Die Poets return to Sobar for another night of live lit, hosted by Miggy Angel – and featuring our headline performer, the incomparable John Marriott!

There will be an open mic on the night – places are limited so arrive early to book a spot.

This is a free event, hosted by Sobar, Nottingham’s premiere alcohol-free venue. Food will be served between 6-7pm – so why not bring the family, enjoy great food and an evening of amazing poetry!

The Do Or Die Poets are a group of performance poets in recovery – come and support their incredible work, and maybe read a poem yourself on the open mic!

I’ll leave you with a cracking tune from John Marriott – be sure to come down and hear him live this friday! Look forward to seeing you down there – love love love xx

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Miggy Angel presents The Do Or Die Poets – Part of the Nottingham Poetry Festival

FRIDAY 27th November 6-9pm at Sobar, 22 Friar Lane, Nottingham

Join us as we welcome the Nottingham Poetry Festival to the Sobar for a fantastic, inspiring night of Do Or Die poetry. The Do Or Die Poets are the attendees of my weekly creative writing workshop, where I am fortunate to witness the courage and talent of these brilliant writers-in-recovery, and I am very proud to be hosting an event intended to showcase and celebrate their amazing writing. It’s wonderful that the guys are also part of the inaugural Nottingham Poetry Festival!

On the evening we’ll have poetry from the Do Or Die Poets themselves, plus an open mic session (open mic slots are limited so arrive early to book as it will be first-come first-served) – as well as featured guests from the local Nottingham spoken word scene, and a set from our headline act, the fantastic East Midlands poet, Toby Campion!

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“Toby Campion is an award winning writer based in Leicester. Placing second in the UK at the National Poetry Slam Championships 2014, Toby has come first runner up at the BBC Poetry Slam Finals for the past 2 years running and was awarded the Most Promising Playwright Award 2015 by Fifth Word Theatre. Toby represented the UK at the Capturing Fire International Poetry Summit 2015 in Washington, DC and performs his poetry, which has been featured on national networks including BBC Radio 4 and Channel 4, at events across the UK and America. Passionate about engaging audiences with poetry, Toby co-hosts spoken word night Find the Right Words and organises national poetry competition, UniSlam.”

As usual, the evening will be compered by myself, your host, Miggy Angel.

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‘Miggy Angel I like your style!’ – John Cooper Clarke.

So, join us on Friday 27th Nov 6-9pm to celebrate the Nottingham Poetry Festival, and the wonderful Do Or Die Poets. See you there guys! It’s gonna be amazing! And it’s free!

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Sobar says – “This will be an early gig, from 6pm – 9 pm, an early start to the weekend, and we hope you can join Sobar after work for a bite to eat – SOBAR is an alcohol free bar so we advise the milkshakes and vintage lemonade!

We will be doing a Happy Hour special between 6pm – 7pm where all our guests will receive 50% off all food on our menu.

The food is awesome too with a variety of treats such as Full english (all day), breakfast muffins & bacon sandwiches. We have panini, burgers, ‘soup of the day’, salads. We highly recommend the Goats Cheese panini!

The money spent at the bar goes towards the bands and to SOBAR which is part of the Double Impact Services charity helping people in recovery.

As with all SOBAR SOCIAL’s this event is FREE!

Sobar Social is a new exciting event held at Sobar on the last Friday of every month. The event is designed for people in recovery and their friends. It is an event where people can come together and enjoy an evening of entertainment and socialize without the booze.

Will be performing my poetry at the UK Recovery Federation annual conference in Manchester tomorrow

 – big thank you to Alistair for booking me for the UKRF event again this year – I had a great time performing for the event last year in Leicester and am really looking forward to tomorrow. Train at 6.39am tho… phew! If you’re going to the conference do come and say hi it’ll be great to catchup – the conference is a wonderful occasion for the recovery community to get together and encourage our collective creative forces. The day’s line-up of events is very wide-ranging and inspiring, around the themes of Hope and Transforming Our Communities – Connecting, Learning & Giving – I’m on stage between 1-1.30pm for 30mins of my poems – gonna be doing some new stuff too… see you there! …. now get to bed our kid we got an early start…

Love, Miggs xx

http://www.ukrf.org.uk/index.php/community-gatherings/2015

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Miggy Angel at UKRF Leicester 2014