Nazis Need Jews

Spoken Word (poetry, political)

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  • PBH's Free Fringe @ Banshee Labyrinth - Banquet Hall
  • 12:50
  • Aug 22-25
  • 1 hour
  • Suitability: 18+ (Restriction)
  • Country: United Kingdom - England
  • Group: David Lee Morgan / PBH’s Free Fringe
  • Warnings and additional info: Venue Age Restriction: Strictly 18+. Contains Distressing Themes, Strong Language/Swearing.
  • Accessibility:
    Sight not needed
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Winner, Morecambe Fringe: Best Spoken Word Show. 'When I was a kid, I thought anti-semitism was dead forever… died of shame. Now it's back in the news. They're beating up protesters, burning churches and synagogues, getting footholds in governments... Why is this happening again?' UK and BBC Slam Poetry Champion David Lee Morgan spits rhythm, rhyme and intense lyrics about Nazis, Jews, Israel, Palestine, conspiracy, racism, war and revolution. 'Powerful, inspiring and full of emotion, with knowledge and wisdom…' ***** (Lancaster Post).

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  • Wheelchair access type: Not fully wheelchair accessible

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Taff Ahmed about 20 hours ago

Imagine seeing a show on the strength of how the flyer conjures up an image somewhere between a 'crazy Santa' and the righteous anger of Ginsberg's 'Howl'.

Imagine seeing a show that informs, enthrals and inspires in equal measures.

Imagine leaving the show feeling justified in 'listening to the tides of your own heart,' in being 'drawn down onto the beach, running into the wave.'

A hidden gem of a show among the flotsam and jetsam of the Fringe.

William Priestley 9 days ago

Really enjoyed this sincere and thought-provoking piece. Would recommend!

Susan Jellett 12 days ago

Engrossing. Surprisingly peaceful performance given the subject matter. You get the feeling this guy would welcome and love to discuss and debate his ideas... if you could just find a flaw in them. Very worthwhile hour!

Oliver Kay 13 days ago

Excellent show challenging all existing personal thoughts. Great performance!

Paul McLeod 14 days ago

I enjoyed the show. David is a talented guy and i enjoyed the poetry. He speaks the truth.

Annika van Baar 14 days ago

Amazing thought-provoking show: if you enjoy spoken word you will not be disappointed. Perhaps radical according to American standards, David gives a critical well-reasoned and super-creative accounts of the present-day mess. Go see this!

Joseph Johns 15 days ago

David Lee Morgan has both the knowledge and the clarity of thought to explore with commanding authority the themes he discusses in his show. His work is humorous and hard-hitting, and provides the audience with a reasoned-out but radical perspective on events past and present. On the morning of Monday the 5th, he had an audience of only three people; and yet he was one of the most intense and moving live performers I have ever seen.

If you fail to give Morgan's "Nazis need Jews" the single hour it deserves, you just might have wasted your time at the Fringe.

Samiksha Sindhu 16 days ago

The poetry is very opinionated and it gives you chills. Loved the word play and the content.

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