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George The Poet
Here's our photo gallery of George The Poet's recent gig at Start The Bus in Bristol. Performing a mixture of poetry and music (music packed - of course - with his typical linguistic flair), George also gave fascinating insight into the wider context of his art and what societal impact he hopes to inspire with it.
Having achieved so much already (including his first printed collection of work, 'Search Party', which has recently hit the shops) George certainly appears en route to big things.
Whilst his creativity is highly engaging in isolated clips on TV and online, we feel there's a great deal more value to be gained from his live performance, which offers a deeper, more rich context within which to understand and enjoy his work.
Tickets for upcoming tour dates (as well as more information in general), can be found at George The Poet's Official website - http://www.iamgeorgethepoet.co.uk
Another thought-provoking yet silkily smooth piece, written and performed by George The Poet.
George the Poet performs a tribute to Nelson Mandela.
George The Poet explores London and all that it represents in his interesting and reflective piece, 'My City'.
Here's another intelligent, articulate reflection presented in finely-spoken form by rising star George The Poet. Able to engage an audience intellectually whilst remaining entertaining, George's appeal has an inspiring reach that seems to be growing with each passing month.
Here's another excellent performance from George The Poet during his recent visit to BBC's Live Lounge. Appearing as the first spoken-word poet to record a live session on this hallowed turf, he's made a strong impression and set a high benchmark for all that follow him.
George The Poet visits the BBC Live Lounge in what may prove to be a milestone step for a new breed of spoken-word artists and their journey into public consciousness. Here he performs an intelligent re-working of Whitney Houston's classic track 'My Love Is Your Love'.
A stylish video from 'Reload Sessions' which clearly frames the lyrical dexterity of George The Poet.