Dominic Berry is a Manchester-based performance poet, whose work has taken him across Europe, and tours of the USA, Canada, Argentina, India, Australia and New Zealand. He has been Glastonbury Festival's poet-in-residence and his awards include winning Manchester Literature Festival's Superheroes of Slam, New York's Nuyorican Poets’ Café Slam, and he was publicly voted Saboteur Awards' Best Spoken Word Performer (twice). His TV appearances include BBC's Greg & Celia's Festivals Highlights and Channel 4's My Daughter the Teenage Nudist.
Dominic's brand new collection, Yes Life, is available now.
Henry Normal in conversation with Dominic Berry (contains adult themes)
Dominic performs 'Crying Café' from his collection Yes Life. Filmed at Manchester Central Library on 01:11:2022 by LGBTvManchester.
Dominic Berry: An Evening In With Flapjack Press #4
Multi-award-winning poet and Glastonbury Festival poet in residence Dominic Berry performs a selection of his work for adults and children at An Evening In With Flapjack Press #4.
Dominic’s collections for adults, Yes Life, No Tigers, Wizard and Tomorrow I Will Go Dancing, along with his children’s collections [as 'Dommy B'] Aaaaaaaaaaaaargh! Dinosaurs!, The Dragon Who Hates Poetry, When Trolls Try To Eat Your Goldfish and Spark The Goblin Wizard, are available in paperback from Flapjack Press.