Rupture the Silence

QLD Poetry Festival is only a few short weeks away and tickets for the opening night show, ‘Rupture the Silence’ are selling quickly. 

Rupture the Silence will feature readings and performances from Andrew Taylor (WA), Jon Paul Fiorentino (Canada), August Kleinzahler (USA) and Emily XYZ (USA). This event will undoubtedly be one of the highlights of what is shaping up to be one of the finest festivals in QPF’s 14 year history, so don’t hesitate… book your tickets early to avoid disappointment!

Date: Friday August 27
Time: 7:30pm – 10:30pm
Venue: Performance Space, Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts
Tickets:

Full (Web/Phone/Door) $25 / Concession (Web/Phone/Door) $18
Groups of 5 or more (Web/Phone/Door) $18 / Concession (Web/ Phone/Door) $15
School Groups – Students $15 / Teachers $25 (one free teacher with every 10 students)

Booking: Phone 3872 9000 or online at http://www.jwcoca.qld.gov.au/02_cal/details.asp?ID=855

 And here’s a taste of what you can expect when QLD Poetry Festival 2010: spoken in one strange word kicks off and the silence is well and truly ruptured!

 

 

And while you are at it, why not head on over to the QLD Poetry Festival website and check out the expansive list of artist interviews. Just click on the 2010 Festival tab for interviews with Jon Paul Fiorentino (Canada), Kelly Lee Hickey, Andrew Taylor, Jean Kent, Les Wicks, Martin Langford, Ross Donlon and many others.

Happy listening/reading… see you at QPF 2010!

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2 Comments

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2 responses to “Rupture the Silence

  1. Cool! Thanks for the links to the interviews – didn’t know that was there.

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