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Vogon Poetry Night

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VOGON POETRY NIGHT AT THE MOON: 
A CELEBRATION OF EXTREMELY BAD POETRY

HOSTED BY Illi and Joses Ho 
FEATURING: Ng Yi-Sheng, Kok Wei Liang, Jennifer Champion, Shivram Gopinath, Atiq Lukman, Anukriti Banerjee & Stephanie Dogfoot 

WHAT? 
Vogons are an alien race known for creating extremely bad poetry. Described by the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy as ‘not evil, just bad-tempered and bureaucratic’ they are responsible for having the 3rd worst poetry in the world and using this to torture people. 

On November 16, come to The Moon for a celebration of the all bad poetry we’ve all written and kept locked away, and most toe-curlingly awful, so-bad-it’s-almost-good rhymes found in Singapore. 

OPEN MIC!
Come join our open mic and bring your awful teenage angst-poems, hilariously bad haikus, your sloppy sonnets, your wretched rhyme schemes, your vomit-worthy verse….and you get the idea. But come at your own risk! People at Vogon poetry readings have been known to gnaw their own legs off. Open micers get 5 minutes. Sign up below! 

ENTRY: $5 

ORGANISED BY: 
The Moon
Spoke & Bird Poetry 
with help from Destination Ink

Earlier Event: November 16
Ground floor open
Later Event: November 17
Xmas Tree Making with Gigi