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Spotlight June

Start Date: 16 June 2017

www.spotlightlancaster.co.uk 

 

Spotlight

 

Friday 16 June

 

@ The Storey, Lancaster

 

Lancaster`s Literary Salon - live cabaret, comedy and poetry

in the Storey auditorium

 

 

 

 

Open 7 - 10pm       Open Mic 7.15 - 7.45pm

 

* (£5 / £3 students/unwaged/concessions )

 

 

The Line-Up:

 

Kriss Foster

Kriss made his debut at Spotlight back in December 

2004 when the event was at The Yorkshire House. Since

then he has gone on to promote events himself and has 

appeared at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival several times

with his own unique brand of humour.

 

Charles Hurst - Poetry 

Charles has recently moved into the area from Kent having been a student here many years before. He has been

writing poetry - plus the occasional short story - since the turn of the century. His love of the natural world,

history and myth often surface in his work which ranges from the serious to Nonsense.

(He hopes you can agree which is which!)

 

 

Dan Power - Poetry

Currently a student at Lancaster University, Dan is host of The Dan Power Hour on Radio Bailrigg fm. He has performed

in plays in London, Montpellier and the Edinburgh Fringe and appeared at Spotlight as one of the young

performers in our 'Listening To Youth' event in March.

 

 

Alan Swift - Poetry

One of Spotlight's oldest and longest time-served performers he will be offering some rubicund reflections on life,

life in Morecambe and life in general.

 

 

Kacie Conley - Poetry

Kacie is one of Spotlight's newest young writers: 'I haven't been writing poetry for long, I think it's been a year since I began,

but only 3 months 

since I began reading it to people. Most of my work is based on old memories or

thoughts that cross my mind throughout the day'.

 

 

PLUS MUSIC

 

David Kelly

Singer, songwriter, musician - 'This battered young poet blends folk music, blues and French chanson

with borderline alcoholism, thoughtful lyrics and tales from the road on his old acoustic guitar.'

 

 

Compere Tony Povah


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