This Thursday coming, the 3rd March, is the next installment of Pen:Chant at Contact theatre – featuring the triumphant triumvirate of legendary beatboxer and vocal sculptor Jason Singh, UK Anti-Slam and BBC National Slam Champion 2015 Scott Tyrell, and indefatigably prolific author of erotic fiction, including the ‘best-selling’ Sticky Digits, Pamela DeMenthe!
It will of course, be an absolute corker, with a typically high-quality open mic section and the usual arsing about from me, but as it happens to be World Book Day on the 3rd as well, we thought we’d chuck in some celebrations of a book-related nature as well.
So we are asking anyone coming along to bring a book they’d like to give away and in the interval we will host a book-swap stall. We’ll also be putting on a raffle to raise money for Book Aid International, featuring prizes from local bookshops and other assorted goodies.
Most exciting of all we are giving away two tickets for the show to the person who writes the best fictional review of one of Pamela DeMenthe’s incredible portfolio of erotic novels – featuring titles such as Moist January, Scared Stiff and Panties Inferno!
You can find a list of Pamela’s prolific output on her website or Facebook page. Reviews can be of any length, up to a maximum of 200 words, and sent to penchantevents[at]gmail[dot]com by 5pm on Wed 2nd March.
If you’re not the lucky winner you can of course buy tickets for the night from Contact, though move fast as it’s selling quick and it’s only a small intimate space. If you want to try before you buy more info and video clips of the acts are available on our Facebook event page.
Hope to see you there!