Tue 28 Mar 2023, 7pm
Online reading for Cheltenham Poetry Festival
Saili Katebe, Sarah Mnatzaganian and open mic
8 March 2023
U3AC Lecture 2.15pm
Pink Room Bridge Street, Cambridge
The Armenians of Jerusalem – a personal history
Sarah Mnatzaganian tells the 1800 year old history of Jerusalem’s little known Armenian Quarter, illustrated with family stories, photographs and award winning poems.
13th February 2023:
Café Writers Norwich
In Person Event
Readings by Sarah Mnatzaganian and Andrew Hook
This event will be held at the Maddermarket [Entrance St John’s Alley, Norwich NR2 1DR].
Doors will be open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start.
We are suggesting a donation of £3 for those who attend.
The venue includes a bar.
Four Against the Grain Poets
Saturday 10 December 1.30-3pm
Torriano Meeting House, 99 Torriano Ave, London NW5 2RX
Joanna Nissell, Luciana Francis, Joolz Sparkes and Sarah Mnatzaganian read from their 2022 pamphlets published by Against the Grain Poetry Press. Tickets £5 or less from Eventbrite.
Live Canon Lunchtime Series – number 40 with Selina Nwulu, Rachel Lewis and Sarah Mnatzaganian
Friday 9 December at 1pm. Free.
Desert Island Poets
24 November 2022
Join poet Sue Burge and her raft of ten castaway poets who will each read a favourite
contemporary poem followed by one of their own which is thematically linked or
inspired by the first.
Sara Levy, Julia Webb, John Glenday, Fiona Larkin, Maura Dooley, Sarah Mnatzaganian,
Martin Figura, Joanna Ingham and Alex Corrin-Tachibana.
King’s Lynn Poetry Festival 2022
11am Sunday 2 October
King’s Lynn Town Hall
Sarah will be reading poems from Lemonade in the Armenian Quarter along with Norfolk poets Kevin Crossley Holland and Sue Burge.
Click HERE for the Festival page.
Poetry in Aldeburgh Festival 2022
17.30 – 18.45 Friday 4 November
Ballroom Arts, 152A High Street, Aldeburgh
Our Whole Selves: a reading by Ramona Herdman, Kathy Pimlott, Fokkina McDonnell, Pam Thompson, Sarah Mnatzaganian and Paul Stephenson. ‘When lockdown came in March 2020 during the first wave of Covid, a group of poets from across the UK, who used to meet poetry writing residential courses, decided to start an online workshop group. They began meeting on Saturday mornings, and the sessions became a lifeline during months of isolation and uncertainty. They continue to meet today but only now at Aldeburgh are they coming together, all in person, to read work written and workshopped during that period – new books, new pamphlets, new inspirations.’