Advance ticket price till 16 September 2019
The Petőfi Literary Museum and the A38 Ship's literary-music crossover programs will continue in the autumn! One of the series' four different themes is Spoken Word, featuring DJ Lee n'gum and PIM's resident band A38 Ship, ATMO, to provide a musical base for the invited guests.
This evening features:
Niki Dékány is an actor, poet, slammer, Demon. The best bar counter in the Highlands, the golden-mouthed Saint John of the Closed Vowels, not least the Queen of the Dawn. She got her talent from God, no doubt, and she uses that talent: laughing, thinking, crying. And he might even be singing.
Kristóf Horváth aka Actor Bob slammer, actor, champion. The backyard poet of the underprivileged, the unbeatable Gypsy card of the rhythm of words, but he's just the guy with the headphones from that AKPH clip. Without it, Hungarian slam poetry would not be what it is. You can imagine everything as a stage, and if you are on stage you can imagine everything.
Róbert Laboda is a poet, slammer, director, teacher. He is also from the Highlands, the best good Paloc on the right side of the Ipoly Valley. He is a minnesänger in pop culture, and Elon Musk as a primary school teacher. His seriousness cannot be taken seriously, you laugh at your punchlines first and then feel ashamed because you really should cry.
Lee n'gum and ATMO, unbeatable in jamming, keep pace behind their ranks. Members of the band:
Péter Usztics - guitar
Gábor Antal - keyboard
Gábor Gyarmati - bass guitar
Ákos Fekecs - drums
Editors-organizers of the evening are István Pion and István Zoltán Csider.