Working with a poet can bring a burst of creativity to your event, school or workplace. Whether it’s for a workshop, performance, corporate event or commissioning a bespoke poem for an occasion, Apples and Snakes can help you find the perfect spoken word poet to suit your needs.
For over 35 years Apples and Snakes has championed spoken word and poetry in performance, and our experience is second to none.
We can connect you to the best spoken word artists performing today.
Please follow the relevant link below, and complete an online booking form. We will then be in touch to discuss your booking options.
If you have any questions or would like to talk through your event, please contact email@example.com.
All other enquiries
Apples and Snakes help find and book poets for a wide range of projects and events, engaging both adults and children alike. Some of the work we’ve helped find poets for includes:
- Performances (including: poetry, spoken word, beat-box hip-hop, storytelling; and from 10 minute sets to hour-long theatre shows)
- Lectures and talks
- Panels and debates
- Hosting and presenting
- Specific campaigns/events such as: National Poetry Day, Black History Month, LGBTQ+ Awareness Month.
We work with hundreds of poets each year, and can help find the right poet for you, and help manage your booking.
If you would like to enquire about a booking, or have any questions, please complete the form below with as much information as you can.
Examples of our work include:
Uniqlo Tate Lates
For 3 years we helped select and programme poets for monthly performances and Q&As the Uniqlo Tate Lates programme at Tate Modern. Poets included: Raymond Antrobus, Anthony Anaxagorou, Jay Bernard, Sabrina Mahfouz and Roger Robinson.
Life & Rhymes
Working with Sky Arts we programmed poets for Life & Rhymes, a series of socially distanced outdoor gigs and open mics, hosted by Benjamin Zephaniah. Poets included: Keith Jarrett, Hollie McNish, Harry Baker and Gecko
Other clients include: English National Opera, University of Bath, Team London Bridge, Richmond Literature Festival, Hatfield Art and Design Gallery and Maida Vale Library.
Alternatively, if you would like to talk through your event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.