West London Buddhist Centre
West London Buddhist Centre

Sangha Voices: With Poetry from Vishvantara, Paramananda and others

By Sophie_WLBCPublicity on Wed, 17 Feb, 2021 - 16:31

Sangha Voices: With Poetry from Vishvantara, Paramananda and others

By Sophie_WLBCPublicity on Wed, 17 Feb, 2021 - 16:31

Saturday 20 February, 7-9.30pm

Continuing our Precious Jewel Appeal fundraising series, we present Sangha Voices, an evening of poetry brought to you by members of the West London Buddhist Centre community. Our special guest Vishvantara reads from her work alongside poets: Paramananda, Chris Arning, Gurnam Bubber, Rachel Jagger, Silakirti, Val Johnson and others.

For more information and poet bios, visit the event website: https://westlondonbuddhistcentre.com/event/sangha-voices-with-poetry-from-vishvantara-paramananda-and-others/

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Saddhamma Pradeep Retreat Center
Saddhamma Pradeep Retreat Center

Atapchitta reading Poetry

By Suchandra on Mon, 22 Dec, 2014 - 04:57

Atapchitta reading Poetry

By Suchandra on Mon, 22 Dec, 2014 - 04:57Dh Atapchitta reading his poetry for Community and guest Ramesh and Deepak. He has thrown away his poetry note book, but some who it appear before him. So he has taken chance to read out it for commuity. It was great pleasure to see smile after expressing his unheard words. Its in Marathi.
It was in month of March 14 before his ordination, by them he had got private ordination and waiting for public ordination ie 25th May 14.
Tiratanaloka
Tiratanaloka

Annika sings 'Sri Pada' - a poem by Sangharakshita

By vajratara on Fri, 1 Aug, 2014 - 19:43
Annika from Sweden sang this poem written by Bhante on the recent ‘What is the Order?’ retreat. A magical moment…
Portsmouth Buddhist Center
Portsmouth Buddhist Center

First Arts Evening at the PBC!

By Candradasa on Mon, 7 Oct, 2013 - 20:53

First Arts Evening at the PBC!

By Candradasa on Mon, 7 Oct, 2013 - 20:53Now we have our own space in downtown Portsmouth (84 Pleasant Street), we’re able to do new things, like arts and cultural evenings. Our first has come up quickly, a last-minute collaboration with Guy Capecelatro III from Burst and Bloom Records to showcase the work of Ray Halliday.

Ray, all the way out from San Francisco, will be reading from his new collection of stories, “The Kid That Even The Dogs Didn’t Like.” He’ll also...