Urban Tea Time included a range of books on graffiti, DJing, music production and dance. Mixed with chocolate snacks, crisps and sweets, the free sessions offered discussions and reading space, with hot drinks to soothe people from the cold and windy weather outside.
2Funky Records also opened its doors to lyrical performers for a one day workshop and open mic performance. MCs, spoken word artists and street poets showcased their talent and original material.
If you're interested in spoken word performances and workshops, keep checking the 2Funky Arts website for the next programme. You can also Follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/2funkyempire and join our Facebook group '2Funky Arts' to keep up to date.
Urban Tea Time and ILUVLYRICS Open Mic was part of the Everybody's Reading Festival 2010 and supported by Whatever It Takes.
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