Reggae poetry from Linton Kwesi Johnson

A performance of reggae poetry from the world's first reggae poet, Linton Kwesi Johnson, will take place on 21st October to mark Black History Month.

This performance will take place in the Memorial Hall in Sheffield City Hall, Barkers Pool, Sheffield city centre. It will bring together his best-loved work from the last thirty years, including protests against police brutality and eulogies for deceased friends of his.

Linton is one of the most influential poets in the country. Tickets are priced at £9 for adults or £7 for concessions. For further information please contact tel: 0114 223 3751

Selected poems from Linton Kwesi Johnson
6:00pm to 10:00pm Sunday 21 October 2007

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