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ANNOUNCEMENT – CANCELLED SHOW, QUEEN’S HALL
Unfortunately due to the Coronavirus situation, the shows of Fitting at Queen’s Hall Arts Centre, Hexham on March 25th and 26th have been indefinitely postponed.
The venue have been amazingly helpful and supportive through this.
If you have booked tickets, please consider leaving that money with the venue as a donation, if you’re able to.
These are difficult times for all of us and we have to help each other out – it would be great to see the venues and arts centres we love surviving.
See Queen’s Hall’s full statement here
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Matt Miller is a poet and theatre maker based in Nottingham who has written for Live Theatre, Alphabetti Theatre, New Writing North and BBC Radio 3, often with themes of place, identity and belonging.
Matt was the 2017 Nottingham Poetry Society Slam Champion and the 2018 Derby Poetry Festival Slam Champion and in 2019, won the Nottingham heat of Slamovision, an international poetry slam between all 27 UNESCO Cities of Literature.
As a lead artist for The Mighty Creatives’ ‘Emerge’ project, Matt worked in two schools in Mansfield 2018-2019 to set up a youth-arts festival at Rufford Abbey.
Matt is currently working with Neal Pike on a tour of ‘Five Years’ (Autumn 2019), and work-in-progress of ‘I Bet You Got Stuck On The Dancefloor’
Matt will soon also be touring solo show Fitting (Autumn 2019-Spring 2020)
‘A writer and performer of considerable promise’ – Scotsgay Fringe
‘dramatic powers of urban storytelling’ – Ian McMillan, The Verb, BBC Radio 3