Penny Rimbaud recites the works of Wilfred Owen
7PM DOORS Tickets: £10 (click here)
As part of Toby Webster's 'UNDER THE CHANGING LIGHT' exhibition of photos by Toby Webster,
Penny Rimbaud recites the works of Wilfred Owen with Kate Shortt/cello and Liam Noble/piano
Penny Lapsang Rimbaud was born in South West London. He is a poet, writer, philosopher, painter, and musician. He was formally a part of the performance art groups EXIT and Ceres Confusion. In 1977 he co-founded the anarchist punk band CRASS with Steve Ignorant, which disbanded in 1984. From then up until 2000 he devoted himself to writing. He returned as a performance poet working with Louise Elliot, an Australian saxophonist, as well a wide variety of other jazz musicians as the group ‘L’ACADÉMIE DES VANITÉS’.