Patrick Cash

Patrick Cash

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SPOKEN WORD

'The Bravest Are The Gayest' - a poem on growing up gay, masculinity and LGBT visibility. 

'Hate' - Spoken Word London, filmed by Lock & Key Films, 2014. This poem also won the Hammer & Tongue Camden Slam in January 2014, and has been remixed into a track by KDA.

Performing 'Hate' again at the Matchbook Stories launch, Blackwells Bookshop, Oxford, 2014.

'Couldn't Get It Up' - A piece recorded for the Guardian Witness spoken word project. This poem is also published in print literary magazine The Bastille. 

'The Dragon'  


A stylised poem on gay men and substance use in London, available to listen to here.

Lunar Poetry Interview - Here I speak with David Turner about ideas of poetry, performance and spoken word in London, 2014.

HOSTING

'Spoken Word London: Anti-Hate' - A feature length recording of our first anniversary of SWL, speaking out against hate. Filmed by Lock & Key Films, 2014. 

INTERVIEWS/DISCUSSIONS

'Being A Gay Man 2015' recorded at the Southbank Centre's Being A Man Festival in November 2015. You can listen to the panel discussion with Matthew Todd editor of Attitude, Ade Adeniji, Tom Ross Williams, chaired by Wayne Dhesi of Stonewall, here

'Spoken Word London: A Documentary' - A docu-film made by Amelia Hazlitt on Spoken Word London in the summer of 2014. 

OLDER

A featured speaker set at Spoken Word Paris, December 2012. 

Opening an event for Aja Monet at Shakespeare & Company Bookshop in Paris. Poems include 'Because Each Past Love is a Beat' and 'Is There Poetry in My Newsfeed?' (2012)

'From Manif Pour Tous to UKIP: the March for the Moderate Middle': speaking at an International Day Against Homophobia conference held at Birbeck College, for the Camden LGBT Forum, 2013.