september, 2019

05sep7:00 pm10:00 pmI Shouted My Ex's Name


Event Details

Our first sex & bodies open mic ‘I shouted my Ex’s name’ is set to launch this September 5th in conjunction with the feminist sex shop Sh!.

Serving you some raunchy rhymes, horny haikus, awkward alliterations and orgasmic odes – we promise to cringe you out and excite you in equal measure. Before, during and after the show there will be time to make merry and enjoy a litte tipple at the Pitfield as well as time for you to browse the sex shop Sh!. Come one and all for a titillating Thursday night of poetic fun.  




Emily Harrison is a poet and short story writer. A former Saboteur Awards Best Spoken Word Performer, she has performed at Glastonbury and Latitude as well as headlining numerous poetry events around the country. Her full-length poetry collection ‘I Can’t Sleep ’cause My Bed’s On Fire’ (2016) is published with Burning Eye Books. Emily’s recent collaboration with TrueTube is the BAFTA nominated ‘Reply With A Fully Stop If You Get This’, a short film that explores living with a mental health disorder. Emily is currently working on a collection of short stories. She lives and teaches in Hackney.


Twitter: @EmilyHarrii



After studying psychology and publishing an award winning paper on vaginas- she had a calling…and has been on the cutting edge of vagactivism and vagina poetry in London and across the UK ever since. Her poetry has been seen inside London taxis, heard on podcasts and listened to at many a badass feminist event. She aims to normalise conversations about bodies through humour and honesty. Cos there ain’t nothing wrong with a vagina peeps!


Instagram: myhairyvagandme


Carmina Masoliver is a poet from south London, and founder of She Grrrowls feminist arts nights. Her small chapbook was published by Nasty Little Press, and she recently published a She Grrrowls anthology with Burning Eye Books. She was long-listed for the Young Poet Laureate for London award in 2013, and the inaugural Jerwood Compton Poetry Fellowships in 2017. Alumni of the Roundhouse Poetry Collective, she has featured at nights such as Bang Said the Gun, and festivals including Latitude, Bestival and Lovebox both as a collective and individually. She performed internationally whilst living abroad, in Singapore, and in Spain. In 2017, she programmed 40 acts for She Grrrowls across the whole run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and in 2018 she showcased a segment at Women of the World Festival, Southbank. She has most recently been longlisted for the Out-Spoken Prize in Performance Poetry 2018.


Facebook: Carmina Masoliver

Instagram: carminamasoliver

Twitter: @CarminaPoetry 



(Thursday) 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm


Pitfield London

31-35 Pitfield St Hoxton London N1 6HB UK


My Hairy Vag and Me & Carmina Masoliver

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