Scottish Youth Poetry Slam

small-poetry-slamJoin us live from The Beacon in Inverclyde on Thursday 27th October at 1pm for the final of the Scottish Youth Poetry Slam 2016.

A Poetry Slam is an event in which 12 or more poets perform their work and are judged by a panel and audience reaction through heats. Over the past 2 months there have been regional Scottish Youth Poetry Slams where young people, selected by their peers, worked together in a workshop to compete in a Regional Slam. Winners of the Regional Slams went forward to compete in the Scottish Youth Poetry Slam.

The Slam final is an exciting, live event that is hosted with a guest band and three judges who score the performed poems. Scoring is based on audience reaction, the participant’s performance and the poem’s content. Judges will be selected from our partner organisations.

Join us at the live final to watch The Slam and find out who the final winners will be.

Sign up and join us live – Scottish Youth Poetry Slam

If you unable to join us for the live event you can always catch up with the recording at another time – Glow TV’s Watch Again.

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2 comments on “Scottish Youth Poetry Slam
  1. dilemmatix says:

    Why only with a Glow login? Why I cant sign up? Very frustrating

  2. Good afternoon. Thank you for your comment. As you know Glow is a secure intranet for learners and practitioners across Scotland therefore it has to be protected by a login. For the safety of the pupils we can’t allow users outside Glow to log in to watch events, however if you feel that you work with pupils on an ongoing educational capacity then you would be welcome to apply for guest account to allow you to access future events.

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