WordinHand: Ember Flame & Skye Loneragan

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WordinHand: Ember Flame & Skye Loneragan

Time: April 3, 2012 from 7:30pm to 11pm
Location: The Friend in Hand Hotel
Street: 58 Cowper St
City/Town: Glebe
Website or Map: https://www.facebook.com/even…
Event Type: word in hand, open mic, monthly, members
Organized By: Jack Peck
Latest Activity: Apr 4, 2012

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Ember Flame (The surprise hit at Candy Royalle's October 2011 Evening)


Skye Loneragan (award-winning international poet)

Ember Flame

Ember Flame is a performance poet who sends up the peculiarities of modern life, as well as her own tightly-packed anxieties. She often tells her stories through different characters, from the whistle-blowing fairytale princess to the office girl who longs to give in to her jungle rhythms.

Part commentary, part confession, these urban ballads offer hope for transformation with healthy helpings of sexual innuendo. Ember usually fuses her poetry into a burlesque performance, appearing regularly at various burlesque nights around Sydney. Her words stand alone, but draw on many staples of the burlesque tradition. This is poetry designed to strip away the layers and poke fun at social conventions.

Here's a link to Ember's Facebook Fan Page...


Skye Loneragan

Skye is an award-winning writer/performer, whose first solo show, Cracked, won an Edinburgh Fringe First, and was adapted for ABC Radio National. Her poetry performances include work for Artists in Exile (Glasgow), Discombobulate, Big Word, Seeds of Thought and Is This Poetry? Residencies include Playwright in Residence for Visible Fictions Theatre Co, The Scottish Book Trust, community projects Outside Art and Making a Map of My Mistakes www.SkyeLoneragan.com

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