Sunday, June 5 @ 6:30pm
23 Meyers Pl Melbourne
$21.89 – $27.12
Has an Open Mic?
Tickets @ https://eventbrite.com.au/e/…
Following on from the sell-out of her Good Greek Girl Film Project launch funded by Australia Council, join Koraly Dimitriadis for a night of mingling, cabaret, performances and the test screening of her new feature comedic project “Koraly (a mockumentary): I hope they make a TV show.”
Performing on the night (and featuring in the mockumentary): Koraly Dimitriadis, Maxine Beneba Clarke (award winning novelist and performer), Amy Bodossian (cabaret star of Salvation Amy), and Randall Stephens (Tales Told By An Idiot). Others in the mockumentary include Louise Monnington (Murderdrome), Youssef Younes (Andre’s cafe), Penny Kyprianou (The Greek Centre) and debuts by some of Koraly’s family.
The winner of The 2017 Melbourne Spoken Word Prize is Alan Pentland with his piece, ‘Darwin’s Human Race’ performed on Friday, December 1, 2017 at The Wheeler Centre.
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Alan was a teen poet qualified as an architect and became a comedian. He ran Melbourne’s first stand up club Le Joke and was a core member of the award-winning TV comedy Fast Forward. His written work has won awards at international film festivals and in business. A radio ad sold lots of hot water systems.
In 2016 Alan returned to his roots, writing and performing spoken word in small sweaty venues. It’s become an exciting journey in words and ideas. Alan struggles however with grammar rhymes badly, and has no, idea where, to put commas.
Slamalamadingdong winner Nour Abouzeid performs ‘Talking Politics’ on November 30, 2017.
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Adelin Zipman performs ‘Scared’ at Slamalamadingdong on September 24, 2017 at The Melba Spiegeltent.
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Adelin Zipman is a 14 going on 15 Melbourne poet. Born to Russian-Jewish parents, she takes pride in her heritage and has a great passion for learning languages and different cultures. Adelin is a bright newcomer to the Melbourne poetry scene having only started in July of 2017. Since then, she has attended open mics almost every single week or as often as she can. She likes reading, linguistics, watching YouTube and cooking without a recipe.