Tilt and Crosspath Theatre presents John Agard's 'Roll Over Atlantic', plus poet Shivanee Ramlochan

Tilt and Crosspath Theatre presents John Agard's 'Roll Over Atlantic', plus poet Shivanee Ramlochan

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Crosspath Theatre and Tilt presents John Agard's 'Roll Over Atlantic' and Shivanee Ramlochan

Join Caribbean-British poet John Agard in a quirky re-visioning of the notorious New World Enterprise of Christopher Columbus.  This one-person show of theatre, calypso and poetry offers a voyage in verse, presented against an evocative soundscape of Atlantic murmurings, with Agard variously taking on the voices of Columbus, The Atlantic Ocean and a chorus of politically conscious mosquitoes. Directed by Mark C. Hewitt with musical backing by Thomas Arnold, and produced by Crosspath Theatre and Tilt. 

An evening that mixes the tides of cabaret and the Caribbean with mischievous satirical wit.  Plus a special guest performance by Trinidadian poet and arts reporter Shivanee Ramlochan:

"(Shivanee Ramlochan) invokes gods, goddesses or demons to do what poetry should do – alarm and ignite us, surprise and blast us and tear at our heartstrings. Welcome to a challenging, unforgettable and courageous new voice." Olive Senior

Tilt and Crosspath Theatre presents Roll Over Atlantic: John Agard, plus Tobago Crusoe and Melanie Abrahams

Tilt and Crosspath Theatre presents Roll Over Atlantic: John Agard, plus Tobago Crusoe and Melanie Abrahams

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Join Caribbean-British poet John Agard in a quirky re-visioning of the notorious New World Enterprise of Christopher Columbus.  This one-person show of theatre, calypso and poetry offers a voyage in verse, presented against an evocative soundscape of Atlantic murmurings, with Agard variously taking on the voices of Columbus, The Atlantic Ocean and a chorus of politically conscious mosquitoes. Directed by Mark C. Hewitt with musical backing by Thomas Arnold, and produced by Crosspath Theatre and Tilt. 

An evening that mixes the tides of cabaret and the Caribbean with mischievous satirical wit.   Plus live calypso and song from kaiso and calypso singer and composer Tobago Crusoe (Paddington and Paddington 2) and Melanie Abrahams.