v.  (1) to collaborate across artistic disciplines;

    (2) to smelt two or more ideas and perform the result;

    (3) to observe others (1) and (2) [see omnivore].

n. (1) a hybrid performance-arts and open-mic series.

    (2) an instance of lomping, usually at TAP in London, ON.


With a modest municipal arts-grant,

we provide a platform for artists and omnivorous audience members

to engage one another at TAP––London's premiere, multi-purpose, fully-accessible arts hub––on the first wednesday of every month.

Doors open at 6pm;

performances begin at 6:30pm. 

To sample the work of our featured artists past and future, click the "events" section above. 

To lomp, reach through the "contact us" window below. 

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Kevin Heslop - Co-Organizer

Kevin Heslop (b. 1992) is a poet and actor from London, Ontario. The author of two chapbooks––con/tig/u/us (The Blasted Tree 2018) and there is no minor violence just as there is no negligible cough during an aria (Frog Hollow Press 2019)––Kevin will launch his debut full-length collection of poems, the correct fury of your why is a mountain, with Gordon Hill Press in the fall of 2021. 

Erica McKeen - Co-Organizer

Erica McKeen is an emerging writer of poetry and speculative fiction from London, Ontario. Her work has appeared in The Quilliad, Occasus, the Minola Review print anthology, The Word Hoard, and elsewhere. She received the Occasus third- and first-place prizes, as well as the Lillian Kroll prize in creative writing from Western University for her short story, “Our Eyes, Our Tongue.” She is a volunteer reader for the literary journals Persephone’s Daughters and Augur Magazine, and she was an invited speaker at London’s Wordsfest and Couplets: A Collaborative Poetry Series. Enthralled with travel, nightmares, and cheesecake, Erica writes with the belief that growth comes from discomfort and understanding from disturbance. 


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