No Larkin About is a new collective of Hull’s most exciting young poets.
They intend to redefine the poetry scene in this historic city with exuberant command of language, powerful performance and a keen eye to the issues that define Hull and this generation – a generation that must battle with the rising challenges presented by a social media-driven, globalised, marginalised, environment-crippling society.
No Larkin About’s aim is to change the world, one poem at a time.
RUNNING TIME: 1 hour
LOCATION: Hull Central Library, Albion Street, Hull, HU1 3TF
WARNINGS: Under 18’s must be accompanied by an adult
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