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EVENT: Early Doors Poetry Night

As part of the Roundhouse’s Global Poetry Celebrations on March 23rd, spoken word collective Early Doors will present an evening of poetry, music and comedy in aid of CALM. 

Suicide is the biggest killer of young men in the UK, and Early Doors passionately believe that it is possible to tackle this through creative expression and the versatility of spoken word.

CALM aims to raise awareness of the support available for young men through engagement with creative outlets such as poetry, music and comedy.

Early Doors poet Cecilia Knapp

Early Doors are one of the associate poetry collectives whose members have all participated in the year-long Roundhouse Poetry Collective project with acclaimed spoken word artist Polarbear. As recent graduates of the project, the collective aim to promote the power of creative expression through poetry. They hope that this is a step in tackling the misconception that ‘being silent is being strong’ and, through SAVE THE MALE, aim to raise awareness, money and hopefully smiles in aid of CALM’s incredible cause.


Sat, March 23rd, The Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Road, London NW1


Tickets £6

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