Seymour likes to blur the boundaries between spoken word, comedy and theatre, often using surreal narratives to tackle very real themes.
She likes pretending to be a bear and is also a bit obsessed with death but in quite a charming way.
If she wasn’t a spoken word human performance person she thinks she’d be a pharmacist from the past.
Her work has won her Gold in the Creative Future Literacy Awards, got her longlisted in the 2018 Out-Spoken page-poetry competition and the Jerwood Poetry Fellowship two years running.
For ages 16+
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This talk is followed by a Q&A.