Henry Raby

Saturday 14th September,
Show starts at 2pm,
Art in the Mill.
Tickets £6.

N.B. Limited seating, book fast!

Henry will host a brief workshop after his performance for those wishing to stay on. This workshop is included in the ticket price.

Letter to the man (from the boy)

Written and performed by Henry Raby. Directed and dramaturgy by Tom Bellerby.

From Saturday morning cartoons and comics through to first crushes and first hangovers. Ever wish you could write a letter giving advice to your future self? Punk poet Henry Raby explores what’s important in life and why it still should be through engaging performance poetry.

Revisit your own history, perhaps share your own stories, while crafting your own message to the future. Honest, comic and anarchic spoken word for anyone who still gets told they should grow up.

‘…glimmers of Simon Armitage in his wry Northern observations’ Broadway Baby

‘Made me giggle and made me cry. Beautifully crafted spoken word which leaves you glowing’ Audience feedback

About Henry

Henry Raby is a performance poet and theatre-maker based in York. He’s performed across the country at various gigs, literature events, festivals and slams after the realisation he couldn’t play guitar to save his life (even by punk standards). Slams won include the 2012 MCR Outspoken slam and one of the “Bang said the Gun” slams in London. He was part of the Royal Court Young Writer’s Programme 2012, and is an Associate Artist of Red Ladder Theatre Company.

“He smashes it every time I see him” Mark Grist, Rogue Teacher

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