Benjamin Zephaniah talks in Spalding

L13-1426 Benjamin Zephaniah Poet Laureate at Briggs memorial at Luton Police station 'Bev Creagh'JR 49'4.12.13 ENGPNL00120130412121437
L13-1426 Benjamin Zephaniah Poet Laureate at Briggs memorial at Luton Police station 'Bev Creagh'JR 49'4.12.13 ENGPNL00120130412121437
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Poet, musician, novelist and actor Benjamin Zephaniah will talk about his life and work at Spalding Grammar School on Friday (8pm).

He is kicking of the series of lectures organised by Spalding Gentlemen’s Society with a talk entitled The Life and Rhymes of Benjamin Zephaniah.

The well-known writer, who lives in Moulton, will speak openly about his life starting in the streets of Birmingham, and going on to a life of crime, before becoming Britain’s most popular living poet.

It promises to be a lively, passionate talk, which might involved a little poetry.

Entry is £2 on the door. See details of all lectures at spalding-gentlemens-society.org