Our second victim to be tossed into the thresher we call the Poet Puzzlers is a Puzzle Hall Poets cornerstone. For 6 years, alongside Bob Horne, he has run, compered, hosted, marketed, breathed life into Puzzle Hall Poets Live (and continues to do so despite officially letting some new muppets have a go). He needs no introduction (so pretend you haven’t read that). The one and only, John ‘The Great Fogginzo’ Foggin. Continue reading “Poet puzzlers – john foggin”
First up in our new interview series we talked to our very own Laura Potts to find out what skeletons lurk in the closet of the poet that Elfen Dictarship Monthly once described as ‘most likely to annihilate an entire species’. Continue reading “Poet Puzzlers – laura potts”
Good morning, and a happy April to everyone.
We really hope everyone is staying safe and well in these strangest of times. Obviously we are missing all of your lovely faces terribly and as a small offering to help stave off the urge to scale the walls, we’ve started a new interview series – The Poet Puzzlers (blame Steve for the cheesy name). First up is our very own Laura Potts. Continue reading “A Little Lockdown Light”
Puzzle Poets at the Navigation is proud to present our Monday March 2nd event. Special guest Oz Hardwick and open mic (of course).
Oz Hardwick was due to be our guest last November when his gig was cancelled at the 11th hour by the unexpected closure of the pub. We’re delighted that it’s re-opened, and finally we’ll get to hear him perform. Continue reading “Oz Hardwick – March Puzzle Poets”
Welcome to our brand new web home. Please bear with us while we get everything sorted, but do feel free to have a click around and let us know if anything is broken.
As ever you can still find us over on our facebook page at the following link:
https://www.facebook.com/PuzzlePoetsLive/ Continue reading “new website!”
We are delighted to be back at The Navigation Inn, Sowerby Bridge. A beautiful traditional (dog friendly) pub in the heart of the Calder Valley.
Continue reading “Our new home – the navigation inn”