There Should Not Be Goldfish

Adam Kammerling

08/03/2020 1:30 pm
Kings Place, Limehouse Room

In 1938, two children fled the Nazis. 80 years later Adam Kammerling went on a journey through European history with a playlist exclusively of heavy metal. This is the story of that journey, of the escape, and the joy of existing big. Through the character of Goldfish award winning poet Adam Kammerling explores fragility, family trauma and the connection between Jewishness and loud loud music.

Adam Kammerling

Adam Kammerling is an award-winning poet, theatre maker and MC. His cross-form work has toured country-wide, featuring in the Southbank Centre, Saatchi Gallery and Latitude Festival. There Should Not be Goldfish (working title) will be his first collection, published by Outspoken in Autumn/Winter 2020.