LIVE events in the pub on Saturday 5th September 2020... Don’t miss them!
Watch live Saturday 7pm!
7PM - A PSYCHOGEOGRAPHICAL POETRY EVENING
Join us for a convivial literary evening celebrating psychogeography in print and performance. Featuring new publications, live readings and multimedia poetry.
7pm BST - A Very Special Hill is available on YouTube. Antony Morris’s film presents his poem about Castle Hill, Huddersfield through images and spoken word (23 mins.) “A poem that journeys to the summit of the marvellous landmark known as Castle Hill, Huddersfield”.
7:30pm BST - Saturday evening in the Pub hosted by Vicky Minton is available on YouTube.
An after-film chat with Antony Morris.
Roy Bayfield - who will launch and read from his new pamphlet of psychogeographical poems, ‘Ejector Seat: Stationary Poetry’.
Frank Malloy - reading from Soul City Wanderer. Frank uses history, music and poetry to help readers rediscover the capital, its streets, its structures, and its soul.
Also featuring poems from one of 4WCoP’s own resident poets, Sonia Overall.
8:30PM - ‘DRIFT ALONG’ TO OTHER EVENTS IN THE PUB
The Psychogeography of the Bottle Top - Phil Wood - on the livestream
Discarded bottle tops are often a backdrop to our walks but this session brings them centre stage. Phil Wood shares a few he has collected along the way and peels back the layers of meaning we often overlook. And during lockdown these tops offered a portal for imagined travel and discovery. Participants are invited to bring along and talk about a bottle top that has powerful meaning for them, and share photos on the 4WCoP Facebook Group.
Psychogeography is Dead: a Radio Show - Tim Waters
JOIN ON TWITCH: 9.45pm
A musical exploration of Vaporwave, place and psychogeography. Live streamed on the Twitch platform, this session will feature a range of vaporwave music, videos and spoken word. Relax, listen to the music and chat with other Congressioneers.
Join the conversation!
Want to talk about live events in the Pub or anything else you’ve heard or done this weekend?
Got something to say about 4WCoP or Psychogeography in general?
Or do you just fancy a good argument?!
We can’t meet up in person this year, but we CAN all start or join conversations using our Facebook Group. Get involved!