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Program

1 Feb 2011 19:00

Masaryk University College London Society presents event with the United poet Tomas Mika

Performance by Czech poet Tomas Mika. An extraordinary show including goldfish and live music organised by the Masaryk Society of University College London.

The web site Czech Literature Portal states:

“Poet, writer of prose, publicist and translator Tomáš Míka was born in Prague on 1st December 1959. He graduated in Czech and English from the Faculty of Arts of Charles University, after which he worked as a teacher of English. Since the late 1980s much of his work has been as a translator; his translations into Czech include works by John Bunyan, James Hogg, Washington Irving and Samuel Beckett. In the 1980s and 1990s he wrote lyrics for and played saxophone in a range of music groups. He lives in Prague. More…

Bookings: Free event, RSVP - masaryk.society@ucl.ac.uk

Venue:

UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies, 16 Taviton Street, London, WC1H 6BT.

Date

1 Feb 2011 19:00

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