We're excited to present the June edition of Howl. We love providing a space for poets from across the UK, and further, to speak freely, rock the house and entertain.
Caroline Teague is a London born and bred poet who writes pieces on loss, identity and how she comes to terms with some harrowing realities of being human and being alive. She calls her style ‘tragic optimism’ and hopes the honesty in her writing can translate into something positive and comforting for others.
Creator of the musical project Caroline Smiling which blends music, spoken word, illustration and other forms of communication to cross platforms for mental health and queer identity through creative means. A self proclaimed soft touch poet with some sharp edges.
Alisha is one of the leading talents in the Midlands art scene. A powerful poet and songwriter, her work hits you in the gutter with its rawness and lyricism. We're looking forward to bringing Alisha back to Howl.
Scarlett is a rising star in the current poetry scene. Effortlessly blending page with the stage her poems have been published in various anthologies including wild dreams and louder voices on verve poetry press. We can't wait to bring Scarlett to the Howl stage.
Hosted by Leon Priestnall
Open mic slots available on the door
£5 / 7:30pm