Thursday 5 September

Door-to-Door Poetry

Rowan McCabe is the world’s first Door-to-Door Poet. Knocking on strangers’ doors, he asks what is important to them.

He then goes away and writes a poem about this, free of charge, before bringing it back and performing it on their doorstep. 

 

Through a funny and thought-provoking mix of spoken word and theatre, find out about his adventures around the North East of England, including his visit to a council estate in Stockton and his appearance on BBC Breakfast. A show about class and community, at the heart of it lies a simple, yet vital question: can we trust strangers?

 

“His narrative and cause touches the heart… a poet not only of ability but of integrity.” Broadway Baby. ★★★★★

 

Presented by Rowan McCabe in partnership with Apples and Snakes and the Albany. 

 

Pre Show Event

An open mic session will take place in the café before this show, from 6.45pm. Led by poet Tyrone Lewis. Email tyroneopenmic@hotmail.com to sign up for an open mic slot. 

 

  • RUNNING TIME: 1 hour
  • AGE GROUP: 14+
  • TICKETS: £10
  • CONCESSIONS: £8
  • PROMOTIONS 3 for 2 across the season. The 3 for 2 offer applies when you book at least one ticket for three separate shows or more.