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Five London poets live for free under the Dome

Poet in the City has commissioned five of London’s greatest poets to lift the lid on St Paul's 

They'll reimagine St Paul's history and its place in the contemporary public imagination.

Join us  the first ever performances of these new works spanning first encounters and famous names to revolution and regeneration in a spectacular free event under the Dome.

The Poet in the City event on Monday 26 September also launches an audio exhibition, which physically maps these new poetic perspectives onto the St Paul’s canvas.

Hosted by spoken word saviour Laurie Bolger, you're welcome to this unique, totally free, opportunity to hear live poetry in this iconic setting and lay the roots for its future.

Reserve free tickets for Under the Skin - Live Poetry at St Paul's

Patience Agbabi is author of four books, and her contemporary version of The Canterbury Tales, Telling Tales was published in 2014.

Anthony Anaxagorou founded the Out-Spoken live music and poetry night and has published eight volumes of poetry, most recently Heterogenous .

Inua Ellams has published three pamphlets of poetry, staged his plays at the National Theatre, and is the founder of the Midnight Run, a nocturnal urban excursion.

Kei Miller is a Jamaican poet, fiction writer, essayist and blogger. In 2014 he won the Forward Prize for his collection The Cartographer Tries to Map a Way To Zion and his first novel, Augustown is out now.

Deanna Rodger is the youngest UK Poetry Slam Champion and has performed commissions everywhere, from Buckingham Palace to the Olympic opening ceremony. She founded the Chill Pill spoken word evening

Host Laurie Bolger is a radio presenter at Roundhouse London, a stand-up poet, and a facilitator & host for Bang Said The Gun, London Laureates, Poetry Takeaway, 1Xtra and BBC Radio 1.