Go See: Captioned and BSL performances tomorrow and Friday at the Roundhouse’s Last Word festival (with £5 tickets!)

Posted on June 7, 2017



This post is sponsored by the Roundhouse, London.

Below are details of BSL interpreted and captioned performances at The Last Word festival, “shining the spotlight on themes of home, heritage, mental health, politics and musical journeys; expect a captivating mix of live performances that all have a story to tell.”

By choosing the ‘BSL’ ticket option, you can get your ticket for £5!

Roundhouse Poetry Slam Final – 8 June (BSL & captioned)

Discover the next generation of spoken word talent as poets aged 16-25 take to the spotlight to compete for the much-coveted title of Roundhouse Poetry Slam champion 2017.

Now in its ninth year, the Roundhouse’s annual Poetry Slam Final has become a major highlight in the spoken word calendar with previous years’ winners have gone on to become hugely successful spoken word poets and writers.

The final will be hosted by funny man and star of new BBC3 series Happy ManJack Rooke and will be judged by award-winning writer Sabrina Mahfouz, poet and guardian columnist Bridget Minamore and Young People’s Laureate for London, Caleb Femi.

This is an exciting opportunity to see the poetry stars of our future.

To find out more, and book tickets, click here. Don’t forget to choose ‘BSL’ ticket to get your ticket for £5!

With a Little Bit of Luck – 9 June (captioned)

It’s 2001. Garage is the anthem of the UK. Nadia feels like it’s her time to shine.

A hot summer’s night of love promises endless possibilities. Swept up in drinking, dancing, hope, ambition, lust, greed… Nadia will make decisions that will determine the rest of her life.

Rhythmically underscored by your favourite UK Garage bangers. This is theatre you can rave to.

Transport back to a time of smoke-filled clubs with sticky floors and dancing with a WKD in your hand. Here are the tunes of your youth.

Award-winning writer and poet Sabrina Mahfouz explores the legacy of a cultural movement that defined the hopes of a generation in a “generous, joyous and lyrical collision of gig and theatre” (★★★★ The Stage).

With a Little Bit of Luck returns to The Last Word festival following ★★★★ reviews in 2016. This time, legendary Garage duo DJ Luck and MC NeatMighty Moe (from the Heartless Crew) and DJ Steady join to help turn the iconic Roundhouse stage into a full-on garage rave.

To find out more, and book tickets, click here. Don’t forget to choose ‘BSL’ ticket to get your ticket for £5!

 Find out more about the Roundhouse on its website by clicking here.

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