Expired50. Dancing to Music you Hate with Jasmine Gardosi and Open Mic

  • Wednesday, 6th July 2022
    7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
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Poetry. Beatbox. Celtic dubstep

Jasmine GardosiJasmine Gardosi is an award-winning spoken word poet, beatboxer and multiple slam champion of national and international renown. This is her brand new, debut show about gender identity, coming to terms with queerness, and finding the words. Commissioned by Warwick Arts Centre, it has received straight standing ovations since premiering in October. Prepare for an hour of explosive dubstep bass-lines and soaring folk violin which blow apart the boundaries of gender and musical genre alike. Watch Jasmine converse, argue and compete with a live band of instrumentalists as she cracks open the binary with boldness, humour and celebration.

Joining her are Alternative Dubstep Orchestra’s Damo Wilding (drums) and DJ C@ in the H@, trumpeter/techno artist Sam Wooster and Ire-Ish’s multi-instrumentalist Jobe Baker-Sullivan.

Poets can participate in the Open Mic by putting their names in a hat on the door.  There are 8 open mic places available. This is an opportunity to experience performing your work alongside improvised musical accompaniment.) Open mic performers still need to purchase a ticket for the event.

In partnership with The Market Theatre


Venue Phone: 07967 517125

Venue Website:

Market Street, Ledbury, HR8 2AQ, United Kingdom


The Market Theatre is situated on Market Street off Bye Street 5 minutes walk from the town centre. Disabled access.  Parking in Bridge Street car park (long stay).

Supported using public funding by Arts Council England

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