'LionHeart' Cape

30s, London
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Drawing on personal experiences and observations, LionHeart is heralded as one of the most passionate poetry performers of his generation.

He is a TEDx Speaker, BBC Radio London Presenter, Award Winning Poet and International SpokenWord Performer. Author of debut poetry collection ‘The Mute’s Rebellion’, which excavates memories of social anxiety, selective mutism, upbringing, emotional vulnerability and more.

In 2022 he was honoured to have been selected by the Royal Albert Hall as one of their four 'Associate Artists' as part of a wider push by the Hall to promote greater diversity, innovation and increase young people's engagement with traditional art forms. His role includes headlining shows, presenting exclusive commissions and running initiatives for young audiences as part of the scheme. In 2024 he hosted a historic poetry show at the Hall, 'The Poets Revival' which showcased 9 of the country's most in-demand poets.  

This follows on from his part in the Royal Albert Hall's 150th birthday celebrations in 2021 when he performed as part of David Arnold's ensemble put together to take the audience on a sonic journey through the Hall's first 150 years.

LionHeart presents a chat show on BBC Radio London on Fridays from 10pm-1am focused on discussions around community and worldwide topics.  Previously he has also hosted shows on BBC Radio London with a focus on mental health & wellbeing, as well as poetry and music.

He is the first Poet in Residence at the prestigious Saatchi Gallery exploring and creating works in response to the art work, pertaining to mental health.  

His work within the architecture industry is extensive. He sees the benefits of architecture for mental health and has recently been made an honorary fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) for his contribution to architecture.

In addition, he is the first Poet in Residence at Grimshaw Architects, Squires & Partners, The Building Centre and other firms, exploring Architecture & Poetry's relationship around emotional inhabitance, and its connection to memory and mental health.

Don't miss his spoken word videos below. 

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The Poets Revival (Theatre, 2024) – 'Self' (host), Royal Albert Hall
Friday nights on BBC Radio London (Radio, 2021-present) – 'Self' (presenter), BBC Radio London
BBC Radio London late evening show (Radio, 2021) – 'Self' (presenter), BBC Radio London
Royal Albert Hall 150th Anniversary Concert (Theatre, 2021) – 'Narrator', Royal Albert Hall
How Architecture Impacts Our Mental Health (TV, 2020) – 'Self' (presenter), Channel 4 on You Tube

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Showreel Videos

LionHeart: Anxiety
LionHeart: Professionalism
LionHeart: Pretty Hurts
LionHeart: Subjectivity
LionHeart: Thoughts, Poems, Architecture
LionHeart: Rapport
150th Anniversary Concert: David Arnold's A Circle of Sound highlights
Warner: Poetry Performance
Boehringer Ingelheim: Leaders on Animal Welfare
How Architecture Influences our Mental Health
Presenter: Dezeen Awards
LionHeart: Bentley Poem