Celebrate the start of summer at Forked with poetry, music and circus. Join us for an evening of holiday-themed performances and sunny celebrations.


Singing My Mother’s Song
By Rebecca Tantony and Dominie Hooper
A poetic and musical journey which explores geography and belonging, the roles of men and women within family narrative, ancestry and healing.
Funded by Arts Council England.

Rebbeca Tantony ‘mesmerising’ – The Guardian. Rebecca has read her work on BBC Radio Four. She’s the author of collections Talk You Round Till Dusk (Burning Eye, 2015) and All The Journeys I Never Took (Burning Eye, 2017).
Dominie Hooper is a singer, cellist and theatre musician. Dominie uses sound, words and movement to create her work.

Stop NOT being silly!
Jackie Clementines will be bringing circus skills and thrills. Expect a combination of high impact circus and hilarious audience interaction from Jackie’s silliness manifesto show.

Plus Laugh out loud poetry (and props!) from Plymouth star Rosin’s Brother.

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