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.

note: due to coronavirus and the ban on events during the lockdown, the events listed below will only be happening online. We will run the events on Facebook at the advertised time, and you can join them here.

June 2020

29th June 2020. 7.30pm
Stay Up Your Own End
The Wolverhampton leg of our project supporting online poetry, commissioned by Creative Black Country. Join us to see what poems people have written about Wolverhampton, and who will win the £25 prize.

30th June 2020. 7.30pm
PASTA (Poets and Storytellers Assemble)
normally at: 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: hairdressers. Submit pieces by Sunday 28th June for inclusion in the night.

July 2020

5th July 2020. 7.30pm
Yes We Cant
normally at: Pretty Bricks, 5 John St, Walsall. WS2 8AF
Our monthly night of poetry has now moved online. July’s headliner is Jess Butcher from Brighton, while Chip Hamer punches his way up from The Smoke to claim the ‘Alf Ender slot. Open mic spaces available – please get in touch by 6pm on Friday 3rd July to book one.

6th July 2020. 7.30pm
Stay Up Your Own End
The fifth leg of our project supporting online poetry, commissioned by Creative Black Country, is centred on Stourbridge. Join us to see what poems people have written about this part of the Black Country, and who will win the £25 prize. Submit your poems to us by midday on Sunday July 5th for inclusion in the event.

20th July 2020. 7.30pm
Stay Up Your Own End – grand finale
Our online poetry, commissioned by Creative Black Country, comes to its climax. This event will feature a video from each of our five winners of their winning piece, as well as a video from each of our judges: Richard Archer, Rick Sanders, Roy McFarlane, Kuli Kohli, and Heather Wastie.