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Posted 07.11.13 in Features

Remember, remember the 1st of November, Explosive rhymes, reason and plots – review of the SLAMbassadors 2013 Final

Poet Megan Beech reviews the sensational SLAMbassadors 2013 Final, which took place in the Clore Ballroom of the Southbank Centre on Friday 1 November.

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Posted 17.10.13 in Features

The SLAMbassadors Finalists

Judges Joelle Taylor, Bea Colley and Hollie McNish have chosen their six spoken word champions for 2013 – and they invite you to come and watch the poets perform!

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Posted 03.06.11 in Writing

‘come back’ by Helen Bowell

Helen Bowell wrote come back in response to Joelle Taylor’s ‘No Man’s’ Land’ Challenge

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‘Skin’ by Jade Cuttle

Jade Cuttle wrote Skin in response to Joelle Taylor’s ‘No Man’s’ Land’ Challenge

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‘Poetry Recital, Somewhere in the City’ by Dan Hodgkinson

Dan Hodgkinson wrote Poetry Recital, Somewhere in the City in response to Joelle Taylor’s ‘No Man’s’ Land’ Challenge

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‘No Man’s Land’ by Katie Beviss

Katie Beviss wrote No Man’s Land in response to Joelle Taylor’s ‘No Man’s’ Land’ Challenge

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‘If only Al Gore had won…’ by Tom Ayling

Tom Ayling wrote If only Al Gore had won… in response to Joelle Taylor’s ‘No Man’s’ Land’ Challenge

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‘Space’ by Kerry Thomas

Kerry Thomas wrote Space in response to Joelle Taylor’s ‘No Man’s’ Land’ Challenge

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Posted 13.05.11 in Workshop

Joelle Taylor’s Poetry Challenge

Joelle Taylor reads her poem ‘No Man’s Land’ and invites you to write a poem inhabiting another character.

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Posted 25.03.11 in Features

Stage Fright: the Fight Back

Does performing live make you tremble, stammer and give you an urge to be anywhere but the stage you’re on? Don’t worry – this is perfectly normal and you can control it, explains Joelle Taylor

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