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Powerful poet asks deep questions

Published Friday, 08 October 2010

Black History Month Poetry in Motion: I spy through the World’s Eye.

6.30pm - 7.30pm

Friday 15th October 2010.
Palmers Green Library
Broomfield Lane
Palmers Green N13 4EY

Victor Richards' poetry performance, 'I spy through the World's Eye' is a show like no other and is a key event in Enfield's Black History Month presentations this year.

Poet and performer, Victor Richards takes his audience on a journey with questions and challenges to inspire and raise hopes, confront the truth and look for answers.

Using powerful poetry to explore the big issues of the world and its turmoil of poverty, human rights and cultural diversity, this is the background for questions - and maybe some answers.

Cllr Bambos Charalambous, cabinet member for youth and leisure, said, "This is an enthralling powerful hour. Unusual in content and style, audiences will have much to think about and discuss. This should appeal to all thinking people."

Tickets at £2 are available from Palmers Green Library. Call 020 8379 2754 to order.

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