ONE MORE TIME!
The KURILPA POETS present;
Sunday, 24th February 2pm
The Kurilpa Cup Super Slam
feature poet David Hallett
The KURILPA POETS are starting their 2013 programme with a great double-featured event back in the old Croquet Club in Musgrave Park. First up is the esteemed
Kurilpa Cup Performance Poetry Super Slam
The winner of the Slam will receive the fabulous KURILPA CUP. This handsome crystal Goblet was meticulously designed & decorated by the multi-talented master-craftsman & poet, Dushan Bojic. Dushan’s uniquely decorated glassware has won a world-wide market and commands high prices, so we thank him for his donation of this fine vessel.
As well as the Cup itself the Poet awarded first place receives (roll of drums)..
* a $30 dollar cash prize in unmarked, non sequential bills.
*a handsome certificate commemorating their Victory
* Plus; a loaf of bread, a jug of wine and a book of verses!
The winning poem will also appear on our website the Water Rat Gazette
But this being a Kurilpa Poets event no effort goes unrewarded so there’ll be lots of consolation prizes for the runners-up.
So come one, come all! The Slam is Free to enter. Poems can run up to 4 minutes or so. Bring a second poem in case your selected as a finalist. Props and instruments are allowed.
Plus Special Feature Poet; DAVID HALLETT
As if this wasn’t enough, the Kurilpa Poets are proud to be able to present (at last) the Master-Slammer and legendary Performance Poet, David Hallett.
David is the founder and manager of two of Australia’s longest running and most esteemed poetry events; Byron Bay’s “Writers at the Rails” and Lismore’s “Live Poets.” He is also twice winner of the Poetry Olympics at the Sydney Writers Festival, as well as winning the 2003 Nimbin Performance Poetry World Cup, the Byron Bay Festival Poetry Prize AND the “Spirit of Woodford Prize” in 2005.
His poetry jumps from page to stage, leap-frogging sexual, social and personal politics wearing its heart on its sleeve and its tongue firmly in cheek. He has performed in the beat Cafes of New York and the Sydney Opera House. Now he manifests in Brisbane for the Kurilpa Poets. Don’t miss this his only Brisbane show!
*Plus this Months Mystery Musician; Tania Tulip
Each month the Kurilpa Poets selects one of West Ends fine buskers to appear as our “Mystery Musician” and provide a musical interlude. However this months Mystery Musician, Tania Tulip, has disappeared. Tania where are you? It’s all a mystery. Prepare to be surprised.
* Further adding to the events ambience will be the Audio-Visual projections of Cup-maker Dushan Bojic. Featuring Dushan‘s latest experiments in visual/sound art design these will be being projected at various times thruout the event.
Also appearing that day, to amuse the crowd with his unpredictable antics & fire-breathing poetry, will be
The Reverend Hellfire as Master of Ceremonies.
Non-attendees be warned; you will be excommunicated!
Tea, Coffee and Light Refreshments;
are generously provided by the Kurilpa Poets. But we’re just a bunch of poor poets, so we love it when people get involved and contribute something to the table. Be it a pack of biscuits or a loaf of bread or a bottle of cheap red, your gesture will be appreciated.
The Kurilpa Poets are conveniently located at
the Olde Croquet Club, 91 Cordelia Street, West End.
This charming little hall is situated amongst the trees on the edge of Musgrave Park. Come and join us in its air-conditioned comfort.
The price for this fabulous event is a mere $5 for the waged and $2 for the poor.
We’re close to West End & Fairfield bus routes and there is on-site parking.
Hope to see you there!
Check out Kurilpa Poet updates, news and reviews on our website,
The Water-Rat Gazette
located at ;
David Hallett words and works can be found at