This month's WICF features two dynamic performers: Gordon Anderson and Chirasree Mukherjee.
Dust off all your love poems, heartbreak poems, your funny poems, or anything else you fancy and bring them along to share at the open mic. See you there!
Gordon Anderson is a writer and regular performer at local spoken word events such as Rhyme & Real Ale, MEGAVERSE and JUKE Open Mic, at which he was the feature artist in December 2016. In March 2017, he performed at a Temporary Autonomous Art event in East London, going onstage just before an act involving nudity, glitter and fresh hummus. He is best known for darkly comic monologues about gender, psychosis and Richard Hammond, but has been writing new material about identity, memory and other things that make him nervous.
Chirasree Mukherjee is a full-time marketer and a part-time poet and singer. She has a strong penchant for beauty in words and weaves them in poems about love and heartbreaks. Feminist and queer, Chirasree loves to live life on the edge on most days, before obviously having her coffee.