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Jon Sayers, Sally Goldsmith, Jake Wilson, and LiTTLe MACHiNe

LONDON: The Prince Regent

FRI 10TH OCT, 2014 8pm-11pm

Jon Sayers in Oh, What a Lovely Disaster!

Jon’s set will feature a number of his own poems about war, unemployment, accident, disaster, and all the laughter to be found therein - complemented by his translations of the poems of Jacques Prévert on related themes.

Sally Goldsmith

Sally is am a poet, songmaker and scriptwriter living on the edge of Sheffield next to the Peak District. A first full poetry collection, Are We There Yet? was published last year by Smith/Doorstop. She was highly commended in last year’s National Poetry Competition for my poem Thaw.

Jake Wilson

Jake will perform 'All's Well', a new cycle of songs in honour of Captain Scott and his polar party. For more information about these songs, and Jake's extraordinary journey to Antarctica to perform them in Captain Scott's original expedition hut.


Formed in 2009 LiTTLe MACHiNe are the 'must have' act at Festivals. Drawing on three thousand years of poetry – Sappho, Chaucer, Shakespeare, Blake, Byron, Eliot, Larkin and many more - they set classic poems to music and perform them with energy, passion, humour and sometimes heartbreaking poignancy. "You’re in for such a treat. It's a long time since I heard something so exciting, a wonderful way of delivering poetry. The most brilliant music and poetry band in the world." (Carol Ann Duffy - Poet Laureate).

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