Carys Rose Thomas shared her thoughts on ‘From The Sky To Your Hands’, a play about a refugee and her son’s journey to Newcastle.
Elena Trayanova brings us our first PoemBox, with a poem entitled Aethetics.
Charlotte Boulton reviews Ernest’s newest event, Freshly Squeezed, an open mic night for a variety of performers.
Charlotte Boulton kindly invites us into her world of performance poetry.
Christopher Wilkinson comments on the morality of publishing work posthumously, in light of the recent publication of Sylvia Plath’s previously unseen letters.
Elena Trayanova shares her ‘Ode to the Oxymoron’ with us.
Elena Trayanova reviews Pink Sari Revolution, a play revolving around rape culture and women’s rights.
Dominic Sutcliffe discusses whether we can really consider graffiti art.
Ella Williams tells us of the theatrical extravaganza that is ‘You’ve Changed’.
Tamsin Daisy Rees tells us all about Hollie McNish’s fantastic show for her book ‘Plum’.