Linton Kwesi Johnson at Stanley Theatre

For Black History Month

Writing on the Wall and The Blackie present:

At The Stanley Theatre, Liverpool Uni, Liverpool Guild,
160 Mount Pleasant, L69 7BR

Linton Kwesi Johnson ‘The Father of Dub-Poetry’
with special guests, Khadijah Ibrahiim & Nikki Blaze.

Thursday 25th October 2007 at 20.00
Tickets £10/£6 from Stanley Box Office, The Base, 9am-5pm, Mon-Fri, Tel: 0151 794 6868 or from Ticketline – tel: 0871 424 4444.

Online booking can be made at www.lgos.org. For more details, visit the WoW website: www.writingonthewall.org.uk

Linton has been called everything from ‘Britain’s widely acclaimed cult hero’ to ‘premier dub poet.’ He is seen as ‘one of Britain’s most influential and original voices’ yet he also ‘gives language to folk without a voice.’ He is known as the world’s first reggae poet, the man who articulates the everyday oppressions and struggles of blacks in the UK through lyrical verse and reggae. The Jamaican-born performer has achieved world-wide fame as a reggae artist, touring countries as far apart as Japan, South Africa, Italy and Canada with the Dennis Bovell Dub Band.

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