poetry

'This Is An Art Attack' review - Reading Fringe Festival

A feminist and intersectional triumph by Dame La Reine and The Reinettes - The Olympia Ballroom, Reading

Author's review: 
5

Review: Reading Fringe. 6 Ways to Break a Bird

Poet and parrot prove what love is about

Author's review: 
0

Union Theatre presents A WORKING TITLE by Megan Jenkins: Theatre Review

An uplifting jukebox musical for disillusioned millennials.

Author's review: 
4

‘What Do We Mean by Poetry?’ - Cheltenham Literary Festival

‘Are the use of the voice and the body an integral part of poetry?...Can we reposition the role and the importance of performance within poetry?’. Cheltenham Literary Festival 2015

Author's review: 
0

Interview with poet Jay Walker

I was recently lucky to see Jay Walker perform at L-Fest, I'm fairly new to the poetry scene, but was grabbed by her work, it's sexy, sensual - the way she twists and plays with language is different to any other poetry I've so far seen. She's now up in Edinburgh, but took some time out to answer a few questions for Female Arts.

Author's review: 
0

BANJO MAN, Etcetera Theatre - Camden Fringe Review

Seldom do you go to see a show where not only do you laugh, but are close to tears and touched by beautiful singing about a real person. Banjo Man has this distinction.

Camden Fringe 2015

Author's review: 
4

A City of Foxes - Spoken Word, Edfringe Preview

Becci Fearnley is an engaging performer and her story about a young girl who befriends an old woman has a lot of merit as well as good poetry, rhyme and delivery. Reading Fringe Festival 2015

Author's review: 
3

A Collection of Hormones - poetry review

"intriguing, incredibly strong piece of literature from a debut poet" published by Grange House publishers.

Author's review: 
3

'A Collection of Hormones' by Joanna F. Morley

Debut anthology of poetry - published in September 2012 by Grange House Publishing and available though the Nielsen Database and Amazon.

Author's review: 
0

Southbank Centre Presents 'Ariel' - The Restored Edition, Sylvia Plath - review

Part of the London Literature Festival - Royal Festival Hall

Author's review: 
0

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