Adam Kammerling presents Shall We Take This Outside

Wednesday 12th October, 7:30pm – Thursday 13th October, 7:30pm | Ages 14+

Adam Kammerling presents Shall We Take This Outside

Adam Kammerling presents Shall We Take This Outside

Everyone wants to be a hero, right? Heroes are cool. Heroes make the world better. They don’t lose their keys or drop their phones in the toilet. They get stuff done. But heroes are usually men. And they’re usually pretty handy in a scrap. In fact, a lot of heroes are really into fighting.

National poetry slam champion and battle-rapping cyborg, Adam Kammerling, teams up with real life super-humans, Eric Mitchell and Jacob Smart from Parkour Dance, to explore the effect of fictional hero behaviour on real-world attitudes to violence. Adam, Eric and Jacob fuse spoken word and movement to dig into the strange contradictions that lie between reality and fiction and illuminate the effect it has on our lives

Adam Kammerling : Open mic cyphers to national slam champion

Adam Kammerling is the UK Hammer And Tongue Slam winner for 2012, Hackney Slam Winner 2011 and Brighton Slam Winner 2010. He performs all over the country as an MC and spoken word artist. He also facilitates rap and poetry workshops for young people at Key Stages 2-4.

He has performed at Glastonbury, Latitude and Big Chill Festivals, travelled to NY, Poland, Wales, Ireland and Scotland. He has been published in New York in arts magazine, New York Niceties, and in the UK in the Morning Star and in Rhyming Thunder, Burning Eye Publishing’s debut poetry collection. He has independently released rap albums, the Letters EP and Don’t Move, to excellent reviews.The Look Up 7” vinyl was released on Monde Green records and the forthcoming Formwork LP is his largest musical project to date. Has also featured as a successful battle rapper on Don’t Flop.

Adam was commissioned by the BBC Natural History Unit to write poetry to time lapsed video and featured as a part of the Big Story Festival in 2013. He has run writing workshops at The Roundhouse and Ovalhouse theatres and written commissions Deptford Market Traders, Capital One and Ben Sherman.

Since 2013 Adam has lead in poetry education projects such as Word Cup, Flip The Script and Croydon Wordfest. He was the SPOKE Poet in Residence at Eastbury Comprehensive, and artist in residence at Catford Library for SPINE. As well as countless one-off writing/performance workshops with ages 7-18, Adam has worked as youth support at centres in Brighton and led Healthy Relationship workshops with Tender.

Adam also co produces Chill Pill events at Soho Theatre and The Albany.

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£10 in advance / £12 on the door Booking line: 020 8692 4446

 





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Canada Water Culture Space

is an intimate 150 seat theatre showcasing the best in new work, comedy, contemporary theatre, dance and music. Located on the ground floor of the Canada Water Library, the Culture Space is programmed by the Albany in partnership with Southwark Council.

 

 

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Canada Water Culture Space LocationOpening times

Canada Water Library is open Monday to Friday 8am to 8pm, Saturday 9am to 5pm and Sunday 12noon to 4pm. Evening opening according to performance and events schedule

Canada Water Library and Culture Space is situated directly above Canada Water station (Jubilee line and London overground). Exit the station towards Surrey Quays Shopping Centre.

Buses: 199, 1, 225, 47, 188, 381, C10, P12

Access

There is wheelchair access throughout the building. Induction loops are available

 

 


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