Live Events

Here is an exhaustive list of where you can see the Pandemonialists in action. Events we run have open-mic spots – your opportunity to do your thing on stage in front of an audience.

January 2020

5th January 2020. 7.30pm
Yes We Cant
The Pretty Bricks, 5 John Street, Walsall. WS2 8AF
Our monthly night of poetry in Sunny Walsall.
This month’s headliner: Liz Berry
‘Alf Ender: Nick Pearson
Price: Free (Donation bucket) All money raised on the night will go to support the work of Black Country Women’s Aid.

25th January 2020. 7.30pm
Wolves Lit Fest Poetry Slam
Arena Theatre, Wulfruna Street, Wolverhampton. WV1 1SE
PPP’s now legendary annual Poetry Slam returns. Tickets on sale here.
Price: £12/£10

28th January 2020. 7.30pm
PASTA (Poets and Storytellers Assemble)
Arena Theatre, Wulfruna Street, Wolverhampton. WV1 1SE
PASTA is an open mic night with a difference. Each month we ask people to perform a piece they’ve written on a theme which was chosen at the previous event. This month’s theme: FREEWILL

31st January 2020. 8.30pm
The Antipoet, with support from Nick Lovell
Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Lichfield Street, Wolverhampton. WV1 1DU
This is the headline poetry event for Wolves Lit Fest, featuring The Antipoet (who were our guests at Yes we Cant in December 2018) with last year’s Wolves Slam winner Nick Lovell. Tickets here.
Price: £9.75 inc booking fee.

February 2020

1st February 2020. 12.30pm to 6.30pm
Wolves Lit Fest Fringe Room
The Lych Gate, Queen Square, Wolverhampton. WV1 1TX
The pandemonialists present five top-notch Fringe shows. Entry to each of them is free, and we pass the hat as you leave to pay the acts. Line up as follows:
12.30pm: Wum Med, Wum Growed, written and performed by Heather Wastie.
1.45pm: 300-1, Corin Rhys Jones
3pm: The Empathy Experiment, Rose Condo
4.15pm: The Tanner’s Tale, Alex McSherry
5.30pm: One Foot in the Rave, Alexander Rhodes

2nd February 2020. 7.30pm
Yes We Cant
Lighthouse, Fryer Street, Wolverhampton. WV1 1HT
Our monthly night of poetry moves to Wolves for the Lit Fest.
This month’s headliner: Owen Craven-Griffiths
‘Alf Ender: Michael Southan (launching his poetry pamphlet)
Price: Free (Donation bucket)

25th February 2020. 7.30pm
PASTA (Poets and Storytellers Assemble)
Arena Theatre, Wulfruna Street, Wolverhampton. WV1 1SE
PASTA is an open mic night with a difference. Each month we ask people to perform a piece they’ve written on a theme which was chosen at the previous event.