Tonight It's Poetry

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Raw Like Sushi, Tender Like Tomatoes: Vulnerability and Ferocity in Spoken Word

Posted by on Apr 10, 2019

Spoken Word Workshop April 14 // Amigos Cantina Back Room Saskatoon — Treaty 6 Territory — Home of the Métis People $10 (suggested donation) // 2:00 – 4:00 PM All Ages No one turned away for lack of funds Do people tell you that you are “too emotional”? Have you ever really wanted to get up on stage to spit the truth but worried that instead, you will open your mouth and...

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Feature Poet Beth Murch!

Posted by on Apr 9, 2019

Tonight It’s Poetry April 14 // Amigos Cantina Saskatoon — Treaty 6 Territory — Home of the Métis People $5 // 8:00 PM 19+ No one turned away for lack of funds We open our evening with a community stage! Please sign up early. Be respectful of time and others by keeping your performance to a maximum of 5 minutes. Our feature this evening is the wonderful and amazing Beth Murch!...

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Happy 11th Birthday, Tonight It’s Poetry!

Posted by on Apr 4, 2019

Tonight It’s Poetry April 7 // Amigos Cantina Saskatoon — Treaty 6 Territory — Home of the Métis People $5 // 8:00 PM 19+ No one turned away for lack of funds Tonight It’s Poetry is 11 years old! We move into adolescence with Hurt Feelings! Well, two thirds of the 2015 slam team, “Hurt Feelings” – Danielle Altrogge, Brent Chappell and Shanda Stefanson!...

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Back Room SLAM!

Posted by on Mar 26, 2019

It’s time for our sixth poetry slam of the season! Bring old poems, new poems, revamped poems, weird poems, angry poems … let’s slam all the poems! We’ll be in Amigos back room for this slam, so maybe even bring some back room style poems! Tonight It’s Poetry March 31 // Amigos Cantina Saskatoon — Treaty 6 Territory — Home of the Métis People $5 // 8:00...

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Double Feature! Johnny MacRae & yes!

Posted by on Mar 19, 2019

  We’ll kick things off with a community stage! Sign up at the door starting at 7:30. Please keep what you share to 1 poem or maximum 5 minutes, out of respect for the space you share with the community.   Our double feature is Johnny MacRae and yes! yes is a radical queer feminist and migrant based in Tkaronto, colonially known as Toronto. they believe in the destruction of the...

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