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CALLING ALL PERFORMANCE POETS AND SPOKEN WORD ARTISTS!

St Kilda Writers Week presents the premiere season of an exciting and totally live new monthly event:

SLAM BARD AT THE VINEYARD

 
WHEN: 7PM FOR 730PM ON THE LAST WEDNESDAY NIGHT OF THE MONTH MAY TO NOVEMBER 2022:
 
WEDNESDAYS 25 MAY, 29 JUNE, 27 JULY, 24 AUGUST, 28 SEPTEMBER, 26 OCTOBER
 
WITH A GRAND FINAL ON
 
WEDNESDAY 23 NOVEMBER TO DECIDE WHO WILL BE THE SLAM BARD AT THE VINEYARD
 
REGISTER HERE!
 
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WHERE: THE VINEYARD RESTAURANT & BAR 71A ACLAND STREET ST KILDA VIC 3182.
 
 
MC: DANKSTA DOWNUNDER a.k.a. Hamish Danks Brown
 

HOW TO REGISTER: SIGN UP BELOW TO JOIN THE COMPETITION

 


RULES:

* 3 minute time limit for all contestants, points will be deducted for exceeding 3 minutes & 10 seconds.
 
* There will be up to 3 rounds of slam poetry in each heat, depending on how many sign-up, I.e.,
 
12 contestants in round 1, 6 contestants in round 2, 3 contestants in round 3, or
 
8 contestants in round 1, 4 contestants in round 2, 2 contestants in round 3 or
 
6 contestants in round 1, 3 contestants in round 2.
 
* Contestants must perform a different poem in each round if they progress through to rounds 2 and 3.
 
* In the event of a tied result at the end of the last round there will be a slam-off to decide the winnerl
 
  * The winner and runner-up of each heat (May to October) will be able to perform in the Grand Final to be held in November and, if unavailable, other contestants will be invited as wildcats entries.
 
  * While contestants are free to perform on any topic or theme in any style, slam poetry is not a forum for hate speech or ranting directed at anyone else and contestants will be disqualified for doing so.
 
  * Contestants are allowed to use mobile phones or tablets, or a poem printed or written on paper for their piece.
 
REGISTER HERE!
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Mick created TAGG - The Alternative Gig Guide in 1979 with Helmut Katterl, the world's first real Street Magazine. He had been involved with his fathers publishing business, Toorak Times and associated publications since 1972.  Mick was also involved in Melbourne's music scene for a number of years opening venues, discovering and managing bands and providing information and support for the industry. Mick has also created a number of local festivals and is involved in not for profit and supporting local charities.        

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