Oliver James Lomax and Mabel Dalgleish-King
  • Saturday 6 April 2024, 3:00pm
  • Baronial Hall
  • £8.50
Image Artist Oliver James Lomax,

‘Poems that dance with originality and are tenderly unafraid of love and belonging.’ – Mark Thomas

Join Oliver James Lomax in the historic surroundings of the Baronial Hall as he presents the poems from his book The Dandelion Clocks – New & Selected Poems, alongside music from Mabel Dalgleish-King.

Extend your day and book for a Chetham’s Library Tour at 11am or 1.30pm on the same day (available during the booking process.)

The entrance for this event will be the Stoller Hall entrance on Hunts Bank. The doors will be open at 2.30pm and the bar and box office will be open.

ABOUT OLIVER JAMES LOMAX

Oliver James Lomax is a poet, educator, and trustee of the Working-Class Movement Library in Salford. He passionately believes in cultural equality and the power of the arts to enable everyone in society to have a voice. He has published 5 collections of poetry including The Dandelion Clock (2020) and Burial of the Cameo (2023) – ‘Dammed fine poems, full of emotional resonance and vivid imagery; the world made fresh to the eye and ear.’ – Ian Rankin

Oliver has written poetry for film and television and in 2019 released his first spoken word single described by Tom Robinson (BBC 6 Music) as ‘An unholy hybrid of John Cooper Clarke and Mark E Smith.’ He has just released his debut album Working-Class Love Poem (Shadrack and Duxbury 2023) which he is currently touring across the UK.

ABOUT MABEL DALGLEISH-KING

Mabel Dalgleish-King studies recorder & voice at Chetham’s School of Music in Manchester.

As well as classical concerts, Mabel also performs with her parents in the band My Darling Clementine, touring regularly across Europe and America, and contributing in the studio on recording sessions for commercially released albums. In addition to being a musician, Mabel also studies and performs in musical theatre productions, and has a passion for drama. In September, Mabel will be continuing her musical studies at the Royal Academy of Music in London in which she will be studying with Anna Stegmann.

Oliver James Lomax and Mabel Dalgleish-King
  • Baronial Hall
  • £8.50

‘Poems that dance with originality and are tenderly unafraid of love and belonging.’ – Mark Thomas

Join Oliver James Lomax in the historic surroundings of the Baronial Hall as he presents the poems from his book The Dandelion Clocks – New & Selected Poems, alongside music from Mabel Dalgleish-King.

Extend your day and book for a Chetham’s Library Tour at 11am or 1.30pm on the same day (available during the booking process.)

The entrance for this event will be the Stoller Hall entrance on Hunts Bank. The doors will be open at 2.30pm and the bar and box office will be open.

ABOUT OLIVER JAMES LOMAX

Oliver James Lomax is a poet, educator, and trustee of the Working-Class Movement Library in Salford. He passionately believes in cultural equality and the power of the arts to enable everyone in society to have a voice. He has published 5 collections of poetry including The Dandelion Clock (2020) and Burial of the Cameo (2023) – ‘Dammed fine poems, full of emotional resonance and vivid imagery; the world made fresh to the eye and ear.’ – Ian Rankin

Oliver has written poetry for film and television and in 2019 released his first spoken word single described by Tom Robinson (BBC 6 Music) as ‘An unholy hybrid of John Cooper Clarke and Mark E Smith.’ He has just released his debut album Working-Class Love Poem (Shadrack and Duxbury 2023) which he is currently touring across the UK.

ABOUT MABEL DALGLEISH-KING

Mabel Dalgleish-King studies recorder & voice at Chetham’s School of Music in Manchester.

As well as classical concerts, Mabel also performs with her parents in the band My Darling Clementine, touring regularly across Europe and America, and contributing in the studio on recording sessions for commercially released albums. In addition to being a musician, Mabel also studies and performs in musical theatre productions, and has a passion for drama. In September, Mabel will be continuing her musical studies at the Royal Academy of Music in London in which she will be studying with Anna Stegmann.

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