The London Poetry Game ran first at the 2007 Hide&Seek Weekender, in prototype form, and again at the 2010 Weekender. A brand new poem was written by Ross Sutherland, and each line was translated into a different language. It was up to players translate them into English so the poem could be heard. It’s said that you’re never more than ten feet from a speaker of a foreign language in London…

Players called a number and followed prompts to translate a line, and the recorded translations were assembled into a single poem, broadcast at the National Theatre as part of the 2010 Weekender.