POETICA RETURNS – THIS Wednesday night!




Audrey Molloy is an Irish-Australian poet based in Sydney. Her debut collection, ‘The Important Things’ (The Gallery Press, 2021), received the 2021 Anne Elder Award. ‘Ordinary Time’, a collaboration with Anthony Lawrence, will be published by Pitt Street Poetry in 2022. Audrey is currently undertaking an MA in Creative Writing (Poetry) at Manchester Metropolitan University. Her work has appeared in Meanjin, Cordite, Overland, Southerly, Magma, The North, Mslexia, and Stand. She was awarded a Varuna Residency Fellowship in 2020 and has been short-listed for several awards, including the Newcastle Poetry Prize, Judith Wright Poetry Prize, Noel Rowe Poetry Award and Red Room Fellowship. http://audreymolloy.com/

Ilan Kidron is a Sydney based singer songwriter producer and curator with over one billion online streams, best known as the lead singer for Australia’s multi-platinum selling dance music act The Potbelleez and frontman for Glassbreakers. As a writer he is a double ASCAP, double APRA award winner and has two Billboard Latin #1s.
He has co-written and toured around the globe with releases from Ricky Martin, Rita Ora, Jessica Mauboy, Tina Arena, Kygo, Chance The Rapper, Hayden James, Chris Brown, Sesame Street, Claudia Brant, Reik, B.O.B., Miyavi, Will Sparks, Ricki Lee and more. His music has featured on TV and in film, including Academy Award Nominated Short Film Inja, The Sapphires, multiple Tropfest Finalists, Eurovision, MTV Awards, Love Island, X Factor, Channel 7 News, Australian Idol and more. Ilan will be performing brand new songs from his debut album including the first single New Day Tomorrow.

Open Mic – spots available on the night.


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