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A poem for lunch?

As a Poet, I feel it is my duty to make you all aware of the poetry events on offer. Poetry is always something different to do. Hear and experience different emotions through each different poems.

"A garden full with one black rose,
It don't belong and it shows,
Where it came from no one knows,
Will I love it? I suppose."
Charlouiselynch 2011

If you read that and wanted to read more then why not pay The Poetry Cafe a visit.

The poetry cafe reopens after a little refurbish on the 3rd September.

Those that have visited The Poetry Cafe will know that it is not just for poets, but everyone is welcome. There is an inviting, expressive atmosphere that oozes through the air at the Poetry Cafe.

If you're near Covent Garden at lunch, then visit the cafe for a delicious vegetarian meal. Coffee and afternoon snacks are available throughout the day until it turns into a vibrant exciting evening with poetry readings almost every night.

Surround yourself in a new exciting atmosphere, where you can share your passions or listen to the creative voice of others. Or just simply soak in the vibe.

Different events take place every week so be sure to check out the website to know when and what is taking place.

The Poetry Cafe is located on 22 Betterton Street, London, WC2H 9BX

Opening Times: 12Noon 23:00 Monday - Friday
19:00 23:00 Saturday

The Poetry Cafe is closed Sundays making it available for private hire.

For more information phone: 020 7420 9888

Parking Disabled parking available on a first come first serve basis

If your luck you might hear the rest of my poem down there!
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Phone: 02074209888
Where: 22 Betterton Street, London, WC2H 9BX
Cost: Free
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