NSW – Science Spoken Word / Poetry night

18 July 2013
6:30 pmto10:00 pm
6:30 pmto10:00 pm
6:30 pmto10:00 pm

The Australian Science Communicators, in association with WordinHand and Blue Space present an evening of Science-focused spoken word……featuring two GIANTS of the spoken word genre…

Tug Dumbly ! & Bravo Child !

Plus… Bring along your original, science themed, poetry / spoken word pieces for the open mike and slam (competition).

First prize is $100!

Tug Dumbly is the pseudonym of Australian performance poet and musician Geoff Forrester. He has released two albums, namely “Junk Culture Lullabies” (2001) and Idiom Savant (2003). He first rose to prominence as a regular guest on the national radio station Triple J. For many years he co-hosted spoken word night Bardflys at The Friend In Hand, Hotel, Glebe, with fellow writer-performer Benito Di Fonzo. In 2010 he was named the winner of Nimbin World Performance Poetry Cup.

Bravo Child is an acclaimed Sydney based performance poet who has starred in productions at The Sydney Opera House, Newcastle Young Writers’ Festival and The State Library SLAM poetry competitions.

An all science-focused evening…bring your thoughts and insights on all things science: physics, biology, social-, pseudo- and hokum!

You will be amused, entertained and enlightened!

Where: Harold Park Hotel, 70A Ross St Glebe
When: 18th July, 6.30 – 10pm
Admission: $10 non-ASC members; $5 ASC members