Join dub poet Levi Tafari, who’ll announce the winners of Flashback, Writing on The Wall and National Museum Liverpool’s flash fiction competition, on Saturday 28th October at The Museum of Liverpool!

Come along to hear readings of some of the amazing entries creatively exploring the past, present, and future of Canning Dock and Liverpool’s Waterfront Transformation Project.

Born in Liverpool to Jamaican parents, Levi Tafari is an artist and dynamic performer with his roots firmly based in the oral tradition, believing poetry should not simply stay on the page. His plays have been performed at Unity Theatre and the Playhouse in Liverpool, as well as the Blackheath Theatre in Stafford. He has also worked on educational projects running creative writing in schools, colleges, universities, youth centres, prisons, and libraries. He describes himself as an Urban Griot; the traditional consciousness raiser, storyteller, newscaster, and political agitator.

Saturday 28th October, 1pm – 3pm, free Admission

Event Date: Saturday 28th October 2023

Categories: Arts | Black History Month | Community Event | Free | Heritage | Liverpool | Liverpool Against Racism | Participate | Poetry | Reading | Workshop

Contact Details: Writing on the Wall, Tel: 0151 703 0020

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