Nunnery Gallery

Tue-Sun 10am-4pm

181 Bow Road, Bow, London E3 2SJ

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020 8980 7773

First Thursday Late Opening: An Evening of British Bangladeshi Poetry in Focus

Feb 3, 6-9pm
Hear from some of the brightest writers and performers in the contemporary British Bangladeshi poetry scene in this reading and discussion of poets included in the anthology British Bangladeshi Poetry

Heartspoken Word Open Mic Night

Mar 3, 6-9pm
Join Heartspoken Word in their latest offering on the poetry circuit: a casual, fun, and intimate open mic night centering on the theme of ‘integration’ and what it means to you.

Poetry reading: An Exploration of Contemporary Urdu Poetry

Mar 11, 6-8pm
Come along to this evening of readings, translations, and discussions from established, contemporary Urdu poets in the diaspora as they dive into stories of belonging and migration.

Walking tour: W.G. Sebald’s East End

Mar 20, 1.30-3pm
Take a journey through the streets of east London, with Stephen Watts and others, seeking out some of the places, spaces and cemeteries cited in W.G. Sebald’s critically acclaimed novel, Austerlitz.

First Thursday Late Opening: After Hours Viewing

Apr 7, 6-9pm
Don’t miss your final chance to view Explosion of Words after hours as part of Whitechapel Gallery’s First Thursdays, with the Nunnery Café serving drinks and snacks throughout the evening.

Panel talk: Explosion of Words | An Imaginary Library: Modern Poetry & Translation

Apr 7
Chaired by Nisha Ramayya, join a panel of established speakers, writers, and academics including Stephen Watts, Hannes Schüpbach, Jo Catling, and Chris McCabe.

Performance: Celebratory walking of the Bibliography to the National Poetry Library

Apr 13, 4-7pm
Stephen Watts and Hannes Schüpbach invite you to accompany them in this celebratory performance inspired by the anarchic and migratory qualities of poetry.

Trafalgar Avenue

Fri-Sat 12-6pm and by appointment

29 Trafalgar Avenue, London SE15 6NP

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+44 20 7277 4727

Wait... Section 28?

Feb 17, 4-6pm
With the generous support of Jerwood Arts, Trafalgar Avenue and Camp Books celebrate the launch of the publication 'Wait... Section 28?' by Graham Martin, edited and designed by Brooke Palmieri.

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