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Stephen James Smith

appearing at

Prince Albert Inn

Stroud, Gloucestershire

19:30 - 22:00

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Description

Stephen James Smith is a Dublin poet and playwright central to the rise of the vibrant spoken word scene in Ireland today. To date, his poetry videos have amassed over 1 million views online. Stephen is a co-founder of LINGO Festival (inaugural festival in 2014), Ireland’s only spoken word festival, and poetry curator of the annual First Fortnight Festival. He co-produced Dublin: A Year in Words poetry video series for Dublin UNESCO City of Literature.

Prince Albert Inn

Venue Type

Pub

Description

Lively, stone-built Victorian pub located on the top of Walkley Hill on the Rodborough and Minchinhampton road out of Stroud. The pub manages to be simultaneously bohemian, homely and welcoming. It has an imaginative colour scheme and an eclectic mix of furniture and fittings, including chandeliers. Art exhibitions and themed nights are held including quizzes, backgammon, crib, scrabble, folk music, stand-up comedy, live bands and even political hustings.

We don’t have a kitchen but we welcome Pop Up’s!
Jamaica Inn Kitchen - in association with Sujays - are serving delicious Caribbean Food at The Prince Albert.
Friday’s 5pm – 9pm and Sundays 1pm – 4pm.

Acclaimed Writer, Poet and Performer Stephen James Smith proudly announces the forthcoming release of his debut book of poetry entitled 'Fear Not'. The release of the highly anticipated collection of Stephen's poetic works sees him take to the road for a subsequent 16 date UK live 'My Ireland' tour.

Rodborough Hill,

Stroud,

Gloucestershire,

England,

GL5 3SS.


01453 755 600

Dog FriendlyBarFood ServedCask AleFree Wi-FiReal Fire(s)

Admission Fee: £12 + bf

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