Find out which artists are performing at the next Transcendence event
JANUARY 10TH 2019
‘Poet in Da Corner’ Deborah ‘Debris’ Stevenson is a writer, teacher, grime-poet, lyricist and dancer who was originally nurtured by the Roundhouse, then followed by Channel 4, published by organisations such as, Louis Vuitton, Oxford University, BBC Radio 4 and finally Flipped Eye with her debut pamphlet, Pigeon Party. A social carrier pigeon, Debris has worked in over 20 countries and across the UK and been awarded over £250,000 by Arts Council England to develop young talent in the East Midlands and beyond (Mouthy Poets CIC). Debris most up-to-date project was the successful debut grime poetry show, Poet in da Corner which explored the effects of grime on young people in a semi-autobiographical show at The Royal Court.
headliner at january transcendence
Mina West is an upcoming spoken word artist from North London, best known for her vulnerable but raw powerful style that captivates an audience with a simple sequence of words. Award-Winning Poet (UK Entertainment Awards 2016), who has performed at various shows from Youtube UK Spaces to Black Magic Awards and has run workshops for young teens to encourage self-love. In 2018 Mina released her debut Spoken Word EP, that gives a deeper insight into her world. The EP touched on subjects such as relationships, family, spirituality and take you through an emotional rollercoaster of self-discovery
Munnya Usuwana commonly known as the Wordplay-Poet is a wordsmith from Hampshire that has performed at various events around the UK...From weddings, marriage anniversaries, birthdays and award ceremonies. Munnya’s work is written practiced and edited in the mind and performed before going on stage. He is currently in the Digging Deep documentary with Nottingham News and the BBC, airing in 2019.