Supporting Molly Naylor
Friday 13th September
Doors open at 7, Performance starts at 7:30,
The Frazer Theatre.
Tickets £10 / Concessions £8.
One of BBC poetry seasons new talent choices, Byron is a regular at the nation’s most prestigious literary and music festivals. His first collection, Barking Doggerel, was released May 2010 and he is compere, producer and programmer for one of the UK’s most highly regarded spoken word nights at The Bristol Old Vic. Hailed as the natural heir to John Cooper Clarke, Byron has thrust a scrawny heel into poetry’s bourgeois throat and spanked it until it’s handed over its lunch money. He also does a rather fine haiku about Elton John’s preferred choice of salad.
“Always funny, often unsettling, Byron Vincent’s deft poetry captures the underbelly of Britains dead end towns with unerring accuracy.” Patrick Neate
“He’s a geeeeeeeenius.” John Cooper Clarke