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Hidden Literature presents MY WORD An intimate and soul open mic night of hip hop, R&B, Neo Soul, Poetry, and Spoken Word.

A space to showcase talent in London through, music, Poetry and Spoken Word. Poets, singers, rappers, and musicians are all welcome!

Hosted by Ovyuki, prepare yourself for a deep night filled with fun and positive vibrations.

A truly unforgettable and moving night of music and poetry, bringing poets and musicians from different genders, races, ages, creative styles, and all walks of life together.

Please register your interest in performing in advance by visiting https://hiddenliterature.com/events/

Veterans and new performers are all welcome!

Inviting all styles of expression to the stage, perform your poetry or songs acapella, with your instrument, or a backing track on USB.

Doors 6:30 PM

Tickets
Purchase in advance or £5 on the door. Please note: we make 25 tickets available in advance. Tickets will also be available to purchase on the door.

Join us for a night to remember – Hip hop, R&B, Neo Soul, Poetry, Spoken Word, and vibes.

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Sign up to our open mic

If you’re interested in performing at our open mic, please fill out the form below

N.B To participate in our open mic, you will need a ticket 

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You will need to register your interest to perform by completing the form on our website here. Open mic sign-up will take place on the night. First-come, first-serve. Arrive early to avoid disappointment. Please do not expect an email from us, we do not reserve slots. Slots will be allocated on the day.

– To perform at this event you will need a ticket. 

– All performances should last up to 5 mins maximum. 

– If you would like to play a backing track please bring a USB (16-bit MP3 tracks only) and save it in a folder called ‘MY WORD’.