KUDOS to the Kurilpa Poets, SUN 28th July

July 2013 Handbill KUDOS W frameJPIGreduced

 kudos live


Kudos was born and raised on the Sunshine coast of Australia, with a close, inspirational family background (Father: magician/novelist Mother: interior designer/studio owner Brother: fruit world renegade/fellow mc; Babek) he was quick to register with the expressive arts. Emceeing since he was twelve, the art of writing, rapping, poetry and performance has been a fundamental part of Kudo’s upbringing and development among the ages. Now that he has graduated into the wilderness the goal has been set, each day here forth is a day of progression, striving for an honesty only dreamt of in previous moments.


‘Im drunk on thought, manifesting verdicts in an open court.

Hoping soars close before they open more.

Hoping for a happy end, thinking that I’ve had my fun, it’s over for me.

Time and time again my thinking opens doors.’




Greetings all. The Kurilpa Poets return 2pm, Sunday 28th July,

at the Olde Croquet Club, 91 Cordelia Street, West End,

on the fringes of Musgrave Park.



as Master of Ceremonies & Agent Provcateur


As always we’ll have

Brisbanes Openest “Open Mic” Sessions,

So make sure you bring some poems or a story,

you can perform, sing or read from the page,

be it your own work or something you love,

Take your chance to take centre stage!




Check out our web-site in coming days

for more details on this enigmatic local songstress.


On a Visual note; Illuminating the walls this month will be

the bizarre imaginings & cartoon stylings

from the twisted mind of esteemed local Marxist (Groucho Faction) visual-artist,


Shane has a way of taking the most commonplace household objects

and making them look, well..strange, so be warned!


Tea, coffee & light refreshments provided as part of the entry price. We also

encourage the community-minded to bring a plate

to contribute to the feast.



Finally, at 4ish, a special screening of


Directed by Jean-Paul Rappeneau, starring Gerard Depardieu,

This classic film of the great 18th Century Poet, Lover and Duelist,

he of the enlarged proboscis & silver tounge, Cyrano de Bergerac.

With English Subtitles translated by Anthony Burgess into rhyming couplets,

this is a swashbuckling poetic extravaganza not to be missed!


ENTRY a mere $5/ $3 for members & the poor

Ample Parking onsite. Close to Public Transport.

Bring a poem and a plate! Don’t be late!

home of the water rat



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