Ten Letters is a new piece of intergenerational poetry theatre about Birmingham starring the best in local poetry talent. Produced by Giovanni ‘Spoz’ Esposito and Lorna Meehan.
The piece incorporates multimedia and live music alongside poetry as Ten Letters celebrates, procrastinates and immortalises this sometimes marvellous, sometimes infuriating city we live in through a group of unique voices aged sixteen to sixty.
The words of Lorna Meehan, Spoz, Nyandavoh Foday, Aliyah Hasinah, Aliyah Denton, Melissa Bate, Callum Bate, Maggie Doyle, Sipho Eric Dube, Luci Hammans, Joe Cook, Casey Bailey, Emma Purshouse, Jasmine Gardosi and Carl Sealeaf.
The music of Zack Esposito, Niall Jones and Tim Balnaves.
The imagery of Paul Stringer and Tommy Xiao Ji Wu.
Find out more about Ten Letters on the website and Twitter.
Book tickets via mac birmingham's website