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women of words 2.5 : Jess Green and Lynne Taylor

KARDOMAH 94, 94 Alfred Gelder Street, Hull, HU1 2AN

5 Sep 2018

14:00

£0

All ages

Hull’s Monthly Platform for Women. Every month Women of Words host a unique event celebrating the female voice with two special guests and open mic section.

Lynda Harrison will be your host as we welcome Jess Green fresh from Edinburgh to our stage and from Hull Women of Words regular Lynne Taylor.

Jess is a performance poet & playwright who has performed at Glastonbury, Latitude, Bestival and the Edinburgh Fringe. In 2014 her poem, Dear Mr Gove went viral on Youtube. The poem was from her poetry & music show, Burning Books which she performed with her band Jess Green and the Mischief Thieves receiving 5* reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe 2014/ 2015 & national tour.

Burning Books stage play was long-listed for the Bread & Roses Theatre Award It had a sell-out run at Curve in October 2017 and also shown at the Arena Theatre in Wolverhampton. Jess’ first collection, Burning Books was published by Burning Eye Books in September 2015 and was shortlisted for the East Midlands Book Award 2016.

She has written for Channel 4 and the BBC and recently took her poetry and music show, A Self Help Guide To Being In Love With Jeremy Corbyn to Edinburgh.

Lynne started writing after University. She had a short story accepted In the Hull University’s own press anthology. Her work has been performed in Hull and Leeds. She was a finalist of Script Yorkshire’s 25th Anniversary, her work directed by Dominic LeClerc at the Theatre Royal, Wakefield.

Lynne’s play 2 Men, 2 Dogs And A Woman was selected for Hull Truck’s Pie And a Pint, long-listed by Verity Bargate and performed at Kardomah94 in 2016. Lynne was recently part of Hull Truck’s Grow Festival. She is now working on a new play and a novel.

Venue Details

KARDOMAH 94,
94 Alfred Gelder Street,
Hull,
HU1 2AN

01482 317941

mal@kardomah94.com

http://www.kardomah94.com/

Kardomah94 is a unique city centre venue boasting good food and regional culture. Launched in 2015, it features a restaurant serving quality pizza, salads and sharers and an intimate exhibition-come-theatre space. With a jam-packed monthly calendar of events, from spoken word to film, theatre, comedy, photography and live music, this is the place to catch the best regional talent.

Facilities

Accessible Toilets

Assistance Dogs

Wheelchair Access

Opening Times

Monday
10am-4pm
Tuesday
10am-10pm
Wednesday
10am-10pm
Thursday
10am-10pm
Friday
10am-11am
Saturday
10am-11am
Sunday
11am-5pm