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Biting Buffy/Angel dialogue, I feel it’s justified that I watch old episodes of their show because it’s helping me with the dialogue in my novels….. #Itsworkthough #honest
💝 My first ever review about my 🎤 🔊 1st Solo Poetry Performance 🔊 🎤 on 03.03.16 @ De Koffie Pot Cafe.
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Catherine Vaughan Book & Poetry Reading at De Koffie Pot March 3, 2016
Arriving slightly late to the reading by Catherine Vaughan, I can’t help but feel anxious that I missed out on of some of this lady poets carefully crafted outpouring, and the whimsical and energetic approach in which she passionately read through her material.
I arrived to an aptly poetic atmosphere; the room was beautifully lit with candles illuminating the oak beams on the ceiling, and the tables almost completely packed with humans keenly hanging on to every word. Catherine had reeled them in, I would be next. De Koffie Potholds many events in this room on the first floor of the converted stables nestled alongside the River Wye. A charming setting difficult to parallel in the city unless you boast any sort of river front property.
Reading from her poetry book ‘The Quarter Life Crisis Poet: A Collection of…
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Wednesday 20th January 2016 at Cardiff Motorpoint Arena had The two Big The’s’ of music right now: The Shires and The Corrs. I must confess I had not heard of the opening act. This duo consists of Crissie Rhodes and Ben Earle. They are a British duo and their music is ‘new country.’ They were a fantastic opening act their songs really catchy and I regret arriving a little late as I did not get to watch their whole performance- they were that good!
Other songs played: “Brave”
And the upbeat party track: “Friday Night.”
Notably their name is familiar to me because this is literally what I call my hometown Hereford. Back in summer 2014 I even wrote and subsequently published a poem about Hereford and refereed to my Hometown in the poem as The Shire. It’s my nickname for the place where I was born and raised. I even designed a mug with photos of Herefordshire + the poem on it. Weird coincidence. Speaking of which when I attended my 1st ever concert which was John Mayer’s show the opening act was none other than Hereford’s finest: Ellie Goulding. Lol!