Madam Miaow’s Culture Lounge returns to the St Ives Arts Festival following last year’s The Steampunk Opium Wars extravaganza that had a cast of thousands and played to a capacity audience of dozens.
This year, I’ll read the first chapters of my novelisation of the The Steampunk Opium Wars: The Camellia and the Poppy which I’m having great fun writing. I’m also reading poetry from my “brilliant and dangerous” book, Reaching for my Gnu, published in Kindle and paperback.
I’m joined by the super-talented Charles Shaar Murray and Marc Jefferies, who’ll be providing musical accompaniment and, in the case of CSM, reading his work as well.
In case you can have too much of a good thing, the adorable Bob Devereux, very funny Rob Barratt and the divine Steve Jones will be delighting our lovely audience with their spoken and sung words and music.
Should you find yourself in St Ives with time on your hands and a taste for a bit of kulcher among friends, then come and join us for the evening. Tickets should be avaiable on the door if they haven’t sold out (this is the festival and that does happen). Advance tickets from The St Ives Visitor Centre, The Guildhall, Street An Pol, St Ives, Cornwall TR26 2DS
7.30pm Saturday 14 September 2013
St Ives Arts Club
Cornwall TR26 2DY
£8.50 Tickets from The St Ives Visitor Centre: 0905 252 2250 or on the door if there are any left.
Look out for us at the Café Art where Charles Shaar Murray and I will be reading one early evening, exact date to be confirmed.
The Drill Hall,
St Ives TR26 2LR
We’ll also be reading and playing at Bob Devereux’s lunchtime Poetry in the Square sessions in Norway Square.