From family to relationships to race, we all have different factors that contribute to our overall identity. Blackish explores the complexity of Identity. Whether it is how one identifies oneself or how others perceive their identity. Tyrone's poetry explores the complexities of the different aspects that make up ones self, prompting others to think on what makes them them. As well as enjoying a few film and TV references along the way.
Tyrone Lewis is the first ever Roundhouse Poet and a Roundhouse Slam Champion (2010). Tyrone has been involved with a number of major national poetry events, including working with Apples and Snakes for Word Cup (2010), Shake the Dust (2012) and Shot from the Lip (2015). Tyrone has also been a Barbican Young Poet and was one of the founding members of the collective Burn After Reading. He’s been commissioned to write and perform for Orchestras for All and Channel 4, as well as performing on BBC radio.
Tyrone has performed his poetry across the UK, headlining nights in Manchester, Liverpool, Edinburgh and Glasgow as well as his home city, London. He has also performed at a number of festivals including Bestival, Greenbelt and Nozstock.