Learn the beatbox basics, try some tongue twisters, and most importantly, have fun. We’ll be using language as our playground as we mess with words and make our own rhythms, tongue twisters and beatbox poems.
This workshop is open to all – kids, teens, adults – and parents can take part with their children.
Jasmine Gardosi is a multiple slam champion, beatboxer, Birmingham Poet Laureate finalist and winner of the Out-Spoken Prize for Poetry. Her work exploring identity, LGBTQ issues and mental health has appeared on Button Poetry, Sky Arts, at the Tate Modern, Glastonbury Festival, across BBC Radio and on America’s Public Broadcasting Service. Her poetry/beatbox/Celtic dubstep show ‘Dancing To Music You Hate’ explores gender identity and was commissioned by Warwick Arts Centre.