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The Youth Word Up is Ten! Performance by Young People and Joelle Taylor

Thu. 21 October 2021 at 19:30

Free

Joelle Taylor

Created by Benjamin Zephaniah and developed by Sheffield’s favourite poetry mentor Vicky Morris of Hive South Yorkshire, the Youth Word Up! project is celebrating its tenth anniversary by inviting young people who have been involved through the years to perform their work. The young performers will be joined by Joelle Taylor, an award-winning poet and author of Songs My Enemy Taught Me.

Venue to be confirmed – please email offtheshelf@sheffield.ac.uk to book.

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