In Aid of Clifton Hill Inclusion Project
Malaika Kegode is a young poet, performer and promoter from the South West. Her work focuses on the deeply personal and intricate beauty of the people around us. She has performed at Womad, Bristol Old Vic, Boomtown Festival, Tobacco Factory Theatres and Hammer & Tongue and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, where in 2016 she came second place in the BBC Fringe Slam. Her work with organisations such as BBC 1Xtra and the Roundhouse has led to her leading workshops for young and disadvantaged people.
Locally Malaika is a regular host for Spokes Amaze at the Bike Shed and works closely with Apples and Snakes. Her own Milk Poetry events are a well-received addition to the Bristol poetry scene.
Please note contains explicit language.
No Reserved Tickets, tickets must be purchased by or on the night. Anyone is welcome, you do not need to be a Labour Party member.