"A different langugae is a different 

vision of life."- Fredrico Fellini

We spent an afternoon (Oct 3rd, 2020) with six Cork-based writers and performers

who shared a piece of prose or poetry in a different language.

Sit back and soak in the sounds of Portuguese, German, Italian,

French and As Gaeilge. We also hope you find 

comfort in their reflections about family, culture and belonging.

 

We created this event in 2018 and this broadcast is the first of 2020.

If you enjoyed watching this 'show', please support our work

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Leticia Picolo Pisarra

Letícia Picolo Pissarra (age 16yrs) shared a poem written in Portuguese. The poem is written by her Grandmother, 

Marlene Picolo Coimbra.

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Rosalin Blue

Rosalin Blue shared two poems in German. While one was about studying late in the night, the other was about peach trees from her Grandmother's garden.

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Friday Junior Osemwekhae shares spoken word piece in Italian. Friday speaks about the people who help him exercise his voice.

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Nelly  Azzopardi

Nelly Azzopardi shares a poem in French to comfort young ones who are growing up - becoming into their own.

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Friday Junior Osemwekhae

Fatou Barry

Fatou Barry shares spoken word piece about belonging in French. 

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Julie Goo

Julie Goo is Slam Poetry Champion in Munster. Julie shares poetry about numerous issues including racism and Direct Provision. 

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