Sunday 25 October 2015

The Old Testament: A Brief Summary

On a less theological note, Miserable Poets’ Cafe returns this week – the Open Mic’ night for depressing poems, hosted by the less than genial Miserable Malcolm.   
It’s at SVA, John Street, Stroud, at 8pm on Thursday 29th October, and is/ is not to be missed, depending on your disposition. (£4 on the door, but free entry for all readers.)

Friday 2 October 2015

Probably for the Best

Miserable Malcolm is making two outings in Stroud this October.  He’ll be delivering his regular “Dose of the Morose” at Mr Fluffypunk’s Pennygaff at SVA on Saturday 10th October at 8pm.  This month the Pennygaff features John Osborne and Molly Naylor, both of whom are off the radio, although this instance standing right in front of you.   

John Osborne also recently did a show entitled “Most People Aren’t That Happy Anyway”, so you can see why Malcolm is looking forward to it.

Then, on 29th October and also at SVA, Miserable Malcolm will be hosting the return of Miserable Poets’ Cafe – the Open Mic’ night purely for miserable poems.  Same rules apply as before:
·         No Glimmers of Hope
·         No Light at the End of the Tunnel
·         No Positivity

but, apart from that, everything goes.
For this one, I’ll also be encouraging people to bring along writing (diary entries, poems, etc) from their teenage years.
Because, frankly, none of us are getting any younger, are we?