Songs and poetry in the theater


Raphael, Apollo and the Muses

On 27 March, there was music and poetry in the theater.

Alex Franken, also a poet, sang songs.

Brit sang songs in English, sowehat reminiscent of Suzanna Vega and Tracy Chapman; and a song in Dutch, about her recently deceased grandfather.

Ernst Kamphuis told a story.

So did Gerdie van der Poel, about a pub in the 1930s.

Kees Godefrooij read his poems.

There was a column by yours truly, on subjects like witch trials and French racist Le Pen.

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