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Tolu Agbelusi is a Nigerian British poet, playwright, producer, educator and lawyer. Shortlisted for the White Review Poetry Prize 2018, she is published internationally and nationally including in Aké Review 2018, White Review, Brittle Paper, Pittsburgh Poetry Review and Filigree. Agbelusi has performed widely including at the Southbank, Stanza International Poetry Festival, Boxed In, Vocal and Verses, etc. She was a 2017 BBC Edinburgh Slam FInalist and is the curator of the Home Is Project. For more information, visit


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Pastor Esther Miracle is a Spoken Word Minister passionate about being God's outstretched arm of love to the people and nations of the world. She sees Spoken Word as Ministry and as a vital tool for both empowering the body of Christ and radically reaching the unreached. She has ministered across nations in international conferences and Global Television broadcasts and was the recipient of the Loveworld international music and arts award's Spoken Word artist of the year 2018. She is also passionate about raising a generation of Spoken Word Ministers and does so with an online course with delegates from around the world.




Samuel is a poet of Sierra Leonean heritage, born and raised in London.  Since starting his public performances in 2014, he was crowned the November ‘14 Farrago Poetry Slam Champion, and qualified to the UK Farrago Poetry Slam Championships Semi-Finals in February '16. In March 2017, Samuel was awarded the Outspoken LDN 'Poetry in Film' Prize for his poem 'Heart Cry' - the piece focuses on the experiences of young people overcoming depression and anxiety.

In 2018 Samuel was a finalist in the Poets in Autumn Poetry Challenge Competition and performed as an opening act in the Poets in Autumn World Tour in London, the largest spoken word/poetry production in the world.

Samuel enjoys using poetry to present the Gospel in an honest and compelling way. With a focus on engaging the audience with a message of hope, Samuel seeks to address culturally relevant topics from a biblical view.