Five years after the death of their friend, Emily, Avery, Fi and Mac reunite to celebrate his life.
A sideways look at Scotland’s international literary phenomenon, featuring Jefferson Airplane, a Subaru Impreza, and personal appearances by Fats Waller, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Pro…
‘The biggest spoken word night in London for women’ (Evening Standard) returns to the Edinburgh Fringe for three incendiary shows.
Why would a poet have LinkedIn? And why does Ross’s say he’s ‘an ideas man’? When asked this in an interview, he panics, but somehow he gets the job.
Hannah Raymond-Cox brings an intricate mix of storytelling and poetry to take us on a tour of her life – growing up in three different countries, being queer, and all the complex…
A unique poetry, gypsy jazz, literary comedy crossover cabaret collision! Scots/Australian poet Ali Whitelock (Bukowski with a Glaswegian accent) reads with (Sappho with a laptop) …
Christmas at Camelot: a monstrous green warrior issues an unwinnable challenge to Arthur’s finest knight.
A coming-of-age character piece, Confessionals tells the story of one shift for young barmaid in a Glasgow boozer.
In a remote graveyard in the October dusk, it’s time for newly orphaned Jen to learn that the monsters were in her heart all along.
First commissioned for the Verve Poetry Festival, Playground is a full-length poetry and spoken word show that captures the sounds and experiences of growing up alongside friends a…
Edinburgh’s status as first UN City of Literature recognises its long history of welcoming international writers and Scottish writers exploring the wider world.
The Poets’ Republic – Unleashed.
In a bar in Cambodia, a young Scottish tour guide is telling stories to travellers.
Lost in blissful foreign travel, Imogen joyfully succumbs to the spoils of Western privilege.
Weaving through courtyards, kirkyards and vennels, hear poems about Edinburgh past and present written by residents, tourists and those who visited only in imagination, including R…
Four friends reunite after five years to commemorate the death of their friend, which broke them apart.
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