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Is there a great prejudice within British society based on the policy of conforming to speak 'properly'?

Are individuals still judged on their interpretation and pronunciation of the English language? Is there a great prejudice within British society based on the policy of conforming to speak 'properly'? What about our freedom of expression and having poetic licence to interpret and flow as we please?

British born Actor, Singer, Playwright and Broadcaster, Kwame Kwei Armah, understands the importance of promoting social action and social justice through performing arts. Kwame supports this lyrical showcase as it takes the art of rhetoric and poetry into new and diverse dimensions.

"Formidable Fusion seems to be taking the English language to the next level. By showcasing modern forms of rhetoric, the lyrical showcase will encompass poetry, spoken word, rap, and storytelling, with an urban vibe. I'm delighted that there is a platform by which people use their literacy skills to express/articulate themselves freely."

"Formidable Fusion base their ethics on passion. This is shown in the work they produce with charities, and through the promotion of artists. To offer opportunities to others is a creditable way to re-invest in a community. It's fantastic that there is an agency out there willing to use the entertainment industry to promote social action."

Formidable Fusion Ltd is hosting an event in aid of the National Literacy Trust (Registered charity number 1116260) on Saturday 27th June 2009 to promote freedom of expression through literacy. Through this event, Formidable Fusion would like to celebrate the creative flow that is redirecting the English language into different streams.

Witness spoken word artists, rap artists, musicians, and more, as they use their talents to re-define the use of the English language as we know it.

The event takes place on Saturday 27th June 2009, 14.00-16.00. Doors open at 13:30

The Troubadour
263-7 Old Brompton Road

Tel. 020 7370 1434

Join us at this showcase for a small amount of £10. Purchase your tickets now from :

50% of the profit will be donated to the National Literacy Trust.
The National Literacy Trust is a registered charity in England and Wales number 1116260

Witness this diverse showcase!


Formidable Fusion Ltd is a new company that offers a platform of recognition to artists and charities. Combining the beauty of performing arts with fundraising for charity, we hold a series of showcases a year to help artists grow, and give them a platform to express themselves.

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