A parade of talent from the city of Oxford and further afield will assemble at the Albion Beatnik in Jericho on 23rd March to engineer plans for a cultural revolution, store by store, street by street, herbal tea by herbal tea. From 3pm. All welcome.
Backroom Poets MC, BBC Radio producer, theatre and opera director, author, poet and Jane Austen great great great niece Jenyth Worsley
Fairydust Arts' rising acoustic guitar star, Sophie Louise McNally
Literary Death Match winner and twice published poetry slam doyen Sophia Blackwell
BBC Radio 2 'Young Folk' award winner Megan Henwood
Edinburgh Fringe festival veteran and frankly, gobsmackingly gifted spoken word sorceress, Lucy Ayrton
Local actor and comedian without portfolio Ashley Curran reads from 'Equus'.
'Mad Mary Dancing.' by Doc Andersen Bloomfield, starring Angharad Andersen-Bloomfiel
'Let them eat cake...'
Teapots, cafe-tea-airs, fine wines, all manner of fancies, good company, books, periodicals and revolutionary pamphlets available.
Card-carrying arts group members: Free entry
Vanguard of the international proletariat....er, three quid.