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Launching the ground-breaking anthology ‘A House With No Doors’ one of Georgia’s finest contemporary poets Tea Topuria reads poems together with translators Victoria Field and Natalia Bukia-Peters.

Bristol’s Borjghali Choir, directed by Anthony Johnston, sings heart-stirring songs that give voice to the loves, passions, losses and vitality of ordinary people. Songs with ancient roots resonate with the contemporary poems.

Georgia, on the south side of the Caucasus mountains next to the Black Sea, has a rich culture of poetry and song. Bristol is twinned with its capital, Tbilisi.

Date and Time

Sat 14 October 2017,  19:30 – 21:30 BST

Location

St Stephen’s Church

21 St Stephen's Street

Bristol

BS1 1EQ

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Tickets available online:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/a-house-with-no-doors-poetry-and-songs-from-georgia-tickets-37189876923?aff=ebdsorderfblightbox 

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Prize-winning poet and short-story writer, Tea Topuria  was born in 1977 in Sochumi, Georgia. In 1998 she graduated from the faculty of Journalism at Tbilisi State University.

In addition to her poetry collection Ecocide, Tea has published a number of highly acclaimed books of short stories including The Mint Threshing Floor, The Book of Tales, The Holidays of Paradea and The Awakening Fairy Tales.  Tea  has been short-listed for and has won many prestigious literary competitions, among them the Pen Marathon in 2007, the Okros Bumbuli (Golden Feather) prize in 2008, the Saba competition (2008), the Tsero prize (2006 and 2010) and the Gala Award in (2011).

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