The Cold Tap Sings

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ANOYO

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I’ve been enjoying this album whose song titles form a poem.

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SOON YOU WILL REST AS WELL

In 1780, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe carved this poem into the wall of a wooden hut in the Thuringian Forest.

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149 years later, Federico García Lorca wrote a letter to his family on a strip of birch bark from Vermont.

Poems don’t have to live on the page.

A BRIDGE BY A CLIFF

 

 

I’ve collaborated with Apsis Lab on an interdisciplinary performance premiering at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Written by Joana Raio, A Bridge by a Cliff uses film, music, poetry and dance to create a multi-sensory portrayal of the bitter-sweetness of lost love. The show runs from Monday 21st to Sunday 27th August. Tickets available here.

NO IDEAS BUT IN THINGS

RESTRICTED: SOME LANGUAGE

I PLACED A JAR IN GREATER LONDON