Poet Luke Wright needs your vote to help him win two national awards
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Norfolk poet Luke Wright needs your vote to help him win two national awards.
Mr Wright, a former University of East Anglia student, has been nominated in two categories in The Saboteur Awards - best spoken word performer and best spoken word show for his show What I Learned From Johnny Bevan.
The awards are run by The Sabotage Times which is now running an online vote until May 24 to find the winners of each category.
Mr Wright said: 'It's a thrill to be nominated in two categories, both for myself and for Johnny Bevan. It's always wonderful to have my work acknowledged in this way.'
Mr Wright recently performed What I Learned From Johnny Bevan at the Houses of Parliament and is also be performing the show at Norwich Arts Centre on May 24 as part of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival.
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To vote, visit www.saboteurawards.org
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