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Pen to Print: LGBTQ+ Queer Power – Voice it Louder


February 9


06:30 pm - 08:30 pm

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Pen to Print bring you the following event in support of LGBTQ+ Month 2023

Please note this is a location based event at Dagenham Library

Come along to this welcoming event hosted by S-Bars along with Guest Poets Candy and Moses.

QUEER POWER, VOICE IT LOUDER is a spoken word event hosted and curated by S-BARS with the fabulous support from Pen to Print.

Our amazing spoken word evening features Moses and Candy, bringing powerful queer voices to the community.

We look forward to welcoming you and celebrating in poetic style and invite all artistic styles of poetry and spoken word to the stage.

With 10 open mic slots available for people and supporters of the community, pop along from 6.15pm to sign up if you’d like to perform.

Join us at Dagenham Library for an evening of light-hearted entertainment and an opportunity to connect with like-minded people.

Suitable for anyone aged 18+ as there may be colourful language!

If you have any accessibility requirements, please directly get in touch with us at

S-BARS (she/they) is a queer creative artist based in London who is known for her relatable, raw and humoured performances. Their work reflects real life experiences around the themes of self reflection, navigating life in your twenty’s and mental health.

The past few years they have steadily built a name for themselves. They cater to all audiences and has become a respected and relevant artist in the scene. Through their flow, lyricism and wordplay, they will take you on a journey and leave you wanting more.

Connect with S-Bars via Instagram: @Sbarks_ (she/they)

Queen Candy Campbell – The Maroon Doll is the Drag Queen of Dancehall and Miss Drag UK 1st Runner Up 2021/22. A published poet, equality, diversity & inclusion activist who’s moto in life is to ‘paint with all the colours of the rain bow, be bold, be beautiful, be brave and be free’.

Connect with Candy via Instagram: @queencandycampbell (they/them)

Moses Kamanga is a British born Zambian photographer, model, and poet. His work focuses on the deconstruction of internalised social norms in the BIPOC community. His work strives to empower and make young people feel more comfortable in their skin through documentation.

Connect with Moses via Instagram: @lilhoemo (he/him)

  • Booking is essential and you will be asked to present your booking confirmation upon arrival.
  • Pen to Print and our partners reserve the right to remove participants who are disruptive to a session.
  • Pen to Print shall not be liable to attendees for any injury, loss or damage of or to personal equipment belonging to the attendees or any indirect or consequential loss or damage whatsoever arising out of the attendance of the event.
  • Pen to Print reserves the right to cancel, delay or postpone the event for any reason, including adverse weather conditions, COVID-19 restrictions, an emergency situation or unforeseen or unavoidable circumstances out of its reasonable control. In such cases, the event organiser will endeavour to inform participants as quickly as is possible.