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The Last Poets, Theatre Royal Brighton

Energised by the civil rights movement, The Last Poets were formed in 1968. As latter day griots, they fused politically outspoken lyrics with inventive percussion. Their spoken word albums The Last Poets (1970) and This is Madness (1971) were highly influential, preceding Marvin Gaye’s politically laced What’s Going On, and foreshadowing the conscious rap of artists like Public Enemy.

Now in a rare appearance, Umar Bin HassanAbiodun Oyewole and Donn Babatunde - legendary Godfathers of hip hop - bring an electrifying celebration of 50 years of powerful words and music to Brighton Festival.... Read more >>

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7.30 pm
Tue 15
MAY 2018
The Last Poets tickets
The Last Poets
Theatre Royal Brighton, Brighton
General Tickets
Tickets £19.15 - £21.65 plus £2.85 transaction fee*
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