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Poet in the City Presents: Fragments of Home at the Foundling Museum

An evening of performance and discussion with poets Caleb Femi and Hannah Lowe exploring the meaning and importance of home

22 March 2019 | Visit website | Book tickets

Join the Foundling Museum for an evening of performance and discussion with poets Caleb Femi and Hannah Lowe exploring the meaning and importance of home, produced by leading poetry organisation Poet in the City. Take a wander through the exhibition Bedrooms of London, and allow poetry to unpack the tales tucked away in the corners.

19:00 (doors 18:30) | Tickets £10, £8 concessions

Please see the website for full details.

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