Spoke'N'Word Festival

Saturday, 29 November 2014, 19.00

Klub Komediowy, ul. Nowowiejska 1, Warsaw

It will be for the 10th time this year that the Spoken’N’Word Festival will take place in Warsaw. 

Organised since 2005 by EUNIC Warszawa, Spoke’N’Word Festival is an international event that has combined Polish poetry slam and performances by European slam poets and performers, spoken word stars from different countries. So far, Spoke’N’Word Festival hosted guest poets from Germany, France, Great Britain, Portugal, Sweden, Denmark, Czech Republic, Italy, Russia,  Hungary, Switzerland, Ireland and Greece and the Polish poetry slam let us discover new talents of the Polish slam scene.

This year, in the international part of the event, we will see on stage some of the most interesting Polish slam poets in a joint performance with foreign poets entitled It is more about a certain flow of energy…

During some three-day workshops, under the artistic direction of Weronika Lewnadowska, an international poetic show will be created, featuring:

Bio Masha (Czech Republic)

Estragon (Poland)

Kuba Przybyłowski (Poland)

Li Alves (Portugal)

Márton Simon (Hungary)

Roman Boryczko (Poland)

Sergio Garau (Italy)

Weronika Lewandowska (Poland)

Yasmin Hafedh (Austria)

And as always, there will be the Polish slam counting with participation of some poets that the public already knows and loves and, hopefully, with new poetry slam talents.

Last not least, the Czech duo Debbie Love (Bio Masha & Luděk Kazda) will make sure we end the night in a good mood with their musical hits of undefined genre.

Performances will be recorded by the National Audiovisual Institute and broadcast on the website ninateka.pl as well as on the Spoke’N’Word Festival Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/SpokeNWordFest .

The entrance is free of charge!


ORGANISERS: EUNIC Warszawa (Austrian Cultural Forum, Camões. I.P., Czech Centre in Warsaw, Goethe-Institut Warschau, Hungarian Cultural Institute, Italian Cultural Institute)

PARTNERS: National Audiovisual Institute, Klub Komediowy, Representation of the European Comission in Poland