A night of music and spoken word for female and non-binary performers takes place at Clarks on Lindsay Street on Sunday November 4.
When I Tried to Speak will feature singer-songwriters Hailey Beavis and Amy Duncan with spoken word from Ana Hine and Suky Goodfellow.
It will also feature a stall selling feminist merchandise like badges, bracelets and patches organised by Artificial Womb – a feminist arts business centred around a monthly zine, which aims to showcase the contributions of women in music and the wider arts.
An open mic session will also be featured.
Organisers Amy Duncan and Ana Hine are part of the women’s music and alternative poetry scenes respectively.
Their aim is to provide an opportunity for those who might not be able to travel to other cities to see some of the best independent performers from these scenes, and to create a space where local female and non-binary poets and musicians can share their work.
· When I Tried to Speak, Clarks on Lindsay Street, Dundee, November 4
Tickets at Grouchos, Assai Records in Broughty Ferry or via www.eventbrite.com/e/artificial-womb-presents-when-i-tried-to-speak-tickets-50437500923