excerpt from 'Spitalfields Festival Project Reports: July-December 1996 Education and Community Programme' pp. 2 (142 words)

excerpt from 'Spitalfields Festival Project Reports: July-December 1996 Education and Community Programme' pp. 2 (142 words)

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Spitalfields Festival Project Reports: July-December 1996 Education and Community Programme

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The performance consisted of songs and readings of poems layered and juxtaposed in a variety of ways. It was the first time some of the participants had ever performed in public. There was an audience of about 30 […]  Charles Ledsam, Company Secretary of HSBC Gibbs wrote: “ Thank you for inviting me to the event… it was at times funny, moving and thought provoking. It was wonderful to see the teamwork, love and support that the group had for one another and indeed gave to one another”. 

 

[…] The participants had requested a performance by [visiting artists Kate Clanchy and Jo de Waal] of their own material […] Kate read [poems] from her collection Slattern (for which she won the Forward Prize) interspersed with some of the participants’ poems. Jo performed a varied programme, including some of her own songs, accompanied by the guitarist Julian Masters. 

The performance consisted of songs and readings of poems layered and juxtaposed in a variety of ways. It was the first time some of the participants had ever performed in public. There was an audience of about 30 […]  Charles Ledsam, Company Secretary of HSBC Gibbs wrote: “ Thank you for inviting me to the event… it was at times funny, moving and thought provoking. It was wonderful to see the teamwork, love and support that the group had for one another and indeed gave to one another”. 

 

[…] The participants had requested a performance by [visiting artists Kate Clanchy and Jo de Waal] of their own material […] Kate read [poems] from her collection Slattern (for which she won the Forward Prize) interspersed with some of the participants’ poems. Jo performed a varied programme, including some of her own songs, accompanied by the guitarist Julian Masters. 

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