Tag: Tom Daley

Cantab Recap for Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Did you survive move-in day, BPS fans? If you’re reading this, let’s hope it means you escaped your new apartment filled with boxes for the relative safety of the Cantab Lounge last night. A homey crowd was there to greet Tom Daley and House You Cannot Reach; Tom gave a rousing set, impeccably performed and …

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Tips from the Bar: The Tom Daley Prompt

Tips from the Bar

Aphorisms: write a list of new ones. Or pick one, take it apart, and put it back together.

Cantab Feature for Wednesday, September 2, 2015: Tom Daley

Local poet, workshop leader, and listener Tom Daley. Photo by Devin Altobello.

Local poet and much-sought workshop teacher Tom Daley. Second open poetry slam in the 8×8 series.

Cantab Recap for Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Sure, it might not seem like a sold-out show and an open mic that fills by 7:30 is a slow night at the Cantab, but it’s worth remembering: the wildly popular months of September and October are approaching quickly, so you might join the regulars in being thankful for a little late-August elbow room downstairs …

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Tips from the Bar: Double-Header Prompt

Tips from the Bar

Two prompts this week, Cantabbers!

First, the World’s Saddest Lobster. What does he do? Where does she go? Why is it so… Blue? Article at boston.com, and also pretty much everywhere.

And our bonus prompt: what dead person’s room would you like to spend an hour in?

Cantab Recap for Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Cantabbers, for the last Wednesday show of the year, we were super-proud to bring you a feature from a not-so-long-ago local favorite, David Winter. Now a resident of New York City, David returned home for the season and brought us the impeccably crafted, carefully delivered poems that have always landed so beautifully in our listening …

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Cantab Recap for Wednesday, October 31

Happy Halloween, everyone! Big thanks to all who came out to celebrate with us this year at the Dead Poets’ Slam. Our open mic was full of a great mix of live poets doing their own work, live poets doing dead poets’ work, and live poets covering each other. Neat! We enjoyed a few costumes …

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