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Getting Slammed - Raw Poetry Slam III

Getting Slammed - Raw Poetry Slam III

24 poets, 9 rounds, one winner!

Knockout performance poetry returns to the Fringe Bar stage with Raw Poetry Slam III - Return of the Slam.

Witness some of the capital's freshest poetry talent battle it out. With only 3 minutes per poem and five audience judges, 12 performers are cut down to 6, until the top three are left to hit the mic for the final round.

In a NZ Fringe Festival special, there will be two heats in the build up to the main event.
Previous participants have gone on to win and place in the NZ National Poetry Slam.
Email contact@humorous.co.nz to register, all that's required are three original poems 3min long or less. One poem performed per round.

Fast paced, fresh and fun, fringe poetry at its best.

Fringe Bar corner of Cuba St and Vivian St
Door Sales - $10/$5
8pm
Friday 1, 8, 15 February

ENDS

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