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VII London Poetry Festival 2019: October 14-15: Poetry Celebrations Conclude the Seventh Festival

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|| Sunday: July 07: 2019 || ά. The VII London Poetry Festival 2019 will be taking place on Monday-Tuesday, October 14-15, 19:30-22:00 at a Central London venue, which is now being confirmed and will be announced shortly. Two evenings will celebrate and present poetry and music and feature the VII Festival Artist in Residence Dr Ramya Mohan with all her artistic works, including, a musical performance and an art exhibition of her paintings. Along with Dr Mohan the VI Festival Artist is Residence Ms Kerry-Fleur Schleifer, who, in addition to being a painter and artist, a poet, singer and musician, will perform her music and poetry as well.

The Festival is, as is The Humanion, part of Regine Humanics Foundation Ltd, which is a human enterprise, registered as a not for profit social enterprise. The festival tickets are on sale at 05.00, which is to support The Foundation with the costs. Tickets must be booked as seats are limited. Tickets can be booked through The Foundation website or the Festival Eventbrite Page. The VIII London Poetry Festival 2020: October 14-15 and I Humanics Spring Festival 2020: April 06, will take place at The Finnish Church, 33 Albion Street: London SE16 7HZ.

The Festival is a celebration of poetry and music and the humanity out of which all arts, crafts, painting, music and poetry arise. Everyone is invited to join in the celebrations. Poets and musicians, bands and groups, who would like to take part are invited to contact us. Places are allocated for reading or any other performance on a first come first given basis.

The Festival is a celebration of our humanity, our common connections and bonds and human fellowship in reality, in real community and in real society. You are welcome to join the Festival and meet others and you connect and share and take forward the present into the future.

There's an Open Mic session at both the evenings: interested are requested to submit two pieces of works with the contact details to editor at thehumanion.com

Singers, musicians and bands wishing to take part, please, contact us. All poets and musicians are invited to join the celebrations. Get in touch, particularly, all those, who had taken part in all the past festivals, spread across the UK and Europe and the world.

Contact: editor at thehumanion.com

The Festival Team looks forward to welcoming you all at the VII Festival on Mid-October in 2019.:::ω.

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Confirmed Readers Performers and Musicians at VII London Poetry Festival 2019: October 14-15

Dr Ramya Mohan Artist in Residence at VII London Poetry Festival 2019
Kerry-Fleur Schleifer Artist in Residence at VI London Poetry Festival 2017
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Tricia Peak  
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