Highlights of the Impending Interrobang Part 2

Continuing with the highlights of our upcoming super-celebration of stories here’s another handful of incredible acts you can look forward to. Off we go!

Hannah Jane Walker

Hannah Jane Walker has been wowing audiences and winning awards around the world with her unique method of blending poetry with theatrical performance. We were lucky to have her involved in our Volumes of Text project last year and  we’re really quite excited that she is performing at Interrobang.

Hannah Jane Walker will be performing in the Choice Words poetry slot alongside Sid Bose and James Brookes at 7pm.


Golden Feathers

Golden Feathers’ music is as light and shining as their name. Ethereal vocal melodies float over lush guitars and precisely crafted synth patterns.

Golden Feathers will close the night, supported by Hella Better Dancer at 9.30


James Brookes

James Brookes has been tipped as one of Britain’s most promising young poets and it shows. His work is immediately evocative of the barren moorlands and unnerving creatures he describes. Word has it (his word to us on the phone) that he named a poem in his latest collection after one of our posters.


Jamie Mills

One of the brilliant artists bringing his work to our zine fair is Jamie Mills. A first rate draftsman and illustrator, Jamie creates inventive books like the one pictured above. It’s about various types of meteorites that have fallen to earth. Last time we saw it, you could buy it with an actual piece of meteorite!

The Zine fair will be taking place from 12-4


Stay tuned for more highlights of Interrobang Festival. Jump over to the site to see the whole line-up and to grab early tickets.


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