The full line-up for Interrobang Festival is online! Have a gander at the plethora of stunning acts we’ve got for you and then head over to the Interrobang website and buy a ticket! It’s only £6 after all.
Two weeks ago, we had a little spoken word night. If you came along, you’ll remember just how arresting our performers were. If not, we’ve decided to let you in on a little of what went on. After the jump you can hear one snippet from each of the spoken word performers from Annexe Presents… Et Al. (7th June). Enjoy!
Thank you everyone who came along to our event on Thursday. We had an absolute blast and we hope you did too. If you couldn’t make it, we’ve got a few tidbits to show you what went on. Starting with a few photographs of the night.
The time has come! This Thursday, we open our doors for an amazing night of spoken word, theatre and music. If you haven’t already put the date in your diary, it starts at 7pm. We’ll have all manner of fun and games to keep you entertained before the acts start. And once they do… Well, we’ve got a few treats in store for you.
You might have noticed an extra name on the bill. That’s right! We’ve brought an extra special guest along for the show, the brilliant Benjamin Dodson. He crafts a particularly special kind of sound. Mixing bubbly synth sounds with sweeping harmonies, Benjamin will keep us grooving into the night.
Alongside that we’ll have a zine stand, and baked goodies so bring a little pocket-money. Plus, there’ll be the Annexe classic, the bookswap. Bring along a book that you might want to share. Something you’ve read and think someone else out there might like. Who knows? You might find your next great read amongst the books on show.
Annexe and EKO present… Et Al. Charterhouse Bar 38 Charterhouse Street EC1M 6JH 7pm
The time has come once more for us to throw one of our celebrated literary evenings! This event sees us teaming up with the brilliant EKO to bring you some of the finest live literature talent the city has to offer. Continue reading →
Not too long ago, we held our inaugural literary event. It was a roaring success (even if I do say so myself) and we certainly had a few giggles. If you were there, well done. If you weren’t, shame on you, but not to worry. We’ve got something that will make it feel like you were almost there.
As a Christmas treat, we’re giving you the Annexe presents… Et Al PODCAST! Crafted by the talented Mr Nick Taylor, the podcast revisits some of the highlights from the night and has a ton of extra features. There are interviews with all the performers and a lovely soundtrack too.
Each performer is highlighted as a chapter so you can jump around if you like, though we think it works best in its entirety. Enjoy!
Poet and actor, Charlie Dupré, started his vocal career spitting bars for various DnB DJs. Somewhere along the line he found his calling crafting poetry and has since astounded audiences across the capital. Drawing from real life, the classics and everything in between, Charlie weaves stories that leave you feeling lyrically sated. We caught up with him recently to chat and record this edition of Two Poems. Hear first, one of his own works and then a poem by poet and playwright, Philip Ridley.
Regrets of the Scottish King
After the jump, you can read a little interview with Charlie in which he talks about Swing n Bass, jury duty and the similarities between Shakespeare and hip hop.