Satellite of Love: Malaika Kegode at The John Sebastian Lightship
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A event on Wednesday 22nd May. The event starts at 19:30.


Satellite of Love Poetry and Spoken Word run monthly events, workshops and writing retreats. Our monthly events at the John Sebastian Lightship offer a platform for local and touring poets, open mic and a community poem.

All languages welcome.

Open mic sign ups are currently closed.

We will have 10 'on the door' open mic slots available on the night from 7pm. Will you be drawn from the Raffle-ite of Love?

Doors & Bar open - 7pm
Night starts - 7:30pm
Night ends - 10pm

The John Sebastian Lightship, Cabot Cruising Club, Bathurst Basin, Redcliffe, Bristol BS1 6SG

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Our headliner this month is Malaika Kegode

Malaika Kegode is an award-winning writer, performer, and creative producer. Her work is focused on uplifting and celebrating the overlooked and misunderstood. Beginning her arts career as a performance poet in 2014, Malaika has since developed her practice to encompass theatre, radio and film writing.

Her gig-theatre show Outlier, an autobiographical piece about addiction and isolation in rural England performed with prog-rock band Jakabol was the first piece of new writing to appear on Bristol Old Vic’s main stage in 2021. Malaika’s work has been featured on a wide variety of stages and platforms, including Lyric Hammersmith, BBC Radio 4 and Random Acts.

She is a vocal advocate for creativity as a tool for healing and connection, and has dedicated much of her career to supporting the creativity and development of underrepresented voices through teaching workshops, mentoring individuals and producing accessible events.

Malaika is an associate artist for Bristol Old Vic, part of the 2023 English Touring Theatre Nationwide Voices cohort and the current writer-in-residence at University of Bristol Theatre Collection.

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