1. Magma Competition celebratory evening at Keats House

    Written by Wes Brown at March 16, 2015 12:46

    Why not join us for a celebratory evening with Magma Competition judge and special guest Jo Shapcott at Keats House on Friday March 27th, 7-8.30pm, when the winners of the 2014/15 Magma Competition will read their prizewinning poems.

    Venue: Nightingale Room, 10 Keats Grove, Hampstead, London NW3 2RR (nearest station: Hampstead Heath Overground / ten minutes walk from Hampstead tube station)

    Doors open 6.30 pm. FREE admission includes a glass of wine, but donations welcome. Please RSVP here or contact sales@magmapoetry.com for more information. 

9 Responses to “Magma Competition celebratory evening at Keats House”

  1. Josie Walsh says:

    I live in West Yorks. Is there a list of winners/commendeds available?

  2. Josie Walsh says:

    I live in West Yorks. I’d like to see a list of prize winners/commendeds. Is this available?

  3. Tessa Lang says:

    I look forward to joining you on Friday, 27 March. Thank you, Tessa

  4. Wes Brown says:

    It should be announced this coming week.

  5. heather says:

    Have winners been informed yet?

  6. Esther Liddell says:

    Keats House was my “second home” throughout my childhood and adolescence and I could not return for this occasion … too many hours sitting in the garden and roaming the house before it was prettified … but thanks for the kind invitation.

  7. Lizzy says:

    Have the winners been informed already?

  8. Wes Brown says:

    Thanks Lizzy, they have. Our announcement will be made today.

  9. Alison Falconer says:

    Somehow I must have missed the announcement. Where can I find details of competition winners?

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