bella batistini // anders ådin & putte johander

poetry and music evening


Welcome to a poetry and music evening at Vitlycke – CPA where Bella Batistini’s readings of poems will be combined with Anders Ådin & Putte Johander’s music!

When: Friday, 28 January, 19.00
Where: Vitlycke – Centre for Performing Arts (Vitlycke gård 3, Tanumshede, Sweden)
Tickets: 80kr (students och seniors – 60kr). Begränsat antal platser. Boka din biljett på

Bella Batistini made a debute in 2019 with ”Mata duvorna”, a collection of poems about incarceration and repression. “Mata duvorna” was nominated for Borås Tidnings Debutantpris.
In August 2021 came the new collection of poems called “Stamina” which follows in the footsteps of the “Mata duvorna”. During the poetry evening, the author will read selected poems from his collections of poems.

Anders Ådin and Putte Johander are a cross-genre music duo who have toured around the world. Anders Ådin from Strömstad plays the exotic instrument vevlira, the slightly less exotic guitar and sings. Anders has been interested in folk music since his teens, but has generously lent him to the pop, classical and black metal genres over the years. Putte Johander, who lives in Nordkoster, plays double bass and is most often heard in a jazz context. In their music, the duo likes to explore spontaneity. The audience at poetry evening can expect beautiful, wildly swinging music from a varied repertoire.

We follow recommendations of Public Health Agency of Sweden and we have limited the number of visitors to this event. Due to restrictions on the number of visitors, we recommend booking a ticket on before the event. If you have any questions, please contact us at

The evening is arranged within the framework of the residency program AIR Litteratur Plats och Kultur 2021/2022, in collaboration with the Förvaltningen för Kulturutveckling and with support from the region of Västra Götaland.

Image: Zac Ong

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