Martin Figura: Boring The Arse Off Young People - 16 March

16 March 2017
The Wheatsheaf, West Beckham
7.30 - 8.30pm

Award-winning poet Martin Figura casts his sharp, satirical eye on life’s trials and tribulations with warmth and humour.

Featuring poems from the popular book of the same title, such as “I Don’t Know Where It All Went Wrong, But My Life’s Turned Into a Tom Waits Song”, Martin gives voice to all middle-aged people who are refusing to grow old gracefully, creating a low-key elegy for an entire generation. Often exuberant, frequently wryly self-deprecating, and creating plenty of laughs for his observations of the modern world, Figura hosts an evening guaranteed to warm the heart and tickle even the most grumpy of rib cages.

Some adult content, recommended 15+

Inn Crowd

Inn Crowd supports rural pubs throughout the South East and East of England to host high quality spoken word inspired events. It is intended to help reinforce pubs as central to rural community life by bringing exceptional cultural experiences to new audiences.

Inn Crowd offers landlords a new way to attract customers and creates a unique performing environment for some of the UK’s most talented artists and performers.

Inn Crowd is a partnership project from Applause and Creative Arts East with expert support from Writers’ Centre Norwich, New Writing South and Pub is the Hub and funding from Arts Council England.

Applause and Creative Arts East are rural touring schemes, to find out more about rural touring in England, visit the National Rural Touring Forum.