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'Voices' reading at NAWE conference: Joseph Coehlo
Mon 18 Oct 2004
In the second of four profiles of the featured readers at NAWE's autumn conference, we here introduce Joe Coehlo. The 'Voices' reading takes place on Friday evening, 29 October 2004, at 7.30pm in Temple Hall, St John's College, York.
Joseph Coelho has performed regularly on the poetry circuit. His lyrical style lends itself to diverse themes, from love to voyeurism and war. Joseph is part-founder of Bright Tiger, a performance poetry group providing community workshops and events. As part of Apples and Snakes' Furnace Development Group he creates new projects to develop poetry for young people. Joseph recently assisted Francesca Beard in the BBC Proms Silk Road project working with teenagers to produce performance poetry.

Booking for the NAWE conference has now closed but you can still book tickets for this pre-conference reading, which takes place at 7.30pm on Friday 29 October 2004, in Temple Hall, York St John, College of the University of Leeds, Lord Mayor's Walk, York YO31 7EX.
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Joanna Ingham 020 8670 5407
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