Winner of the 2020 New Poets Prize
This is a documentation of all the aunties, uncles, cousins (by blood or by choice) for whom London has become home. Here we have arrived, or found ourselves – here we try to belong.
“Deep, funny, thought-provoking – a powerful evocation of culture and family with the most assured phrasing and imagery… I’d expect a major full collection from Odubanjo in the near future” – Luke Kennard
The Aunty Uncle Pamphlet by Gboyega Odubanjo will be available to buy at the launch.
For in-person performances at The Last Word Festival, Covid-safety measures will be in place in accordance to government guidelines. All performances have gone on sale with social-distancing in place between bubbles (a minimum of 1 metre) and you will be required to wear a mask. We will update you as government guidance changes – this could mean the venue upgrades to no social distancing.
*Fees are 7% per ticket and £2.50 per order for delivery
Latecomers will be admitted throughout.
Advisory: not suitable for children but may attend if accompanied at parents’ discretion.
Estimated Running Time: 75 minutes