Talia Randall, a founding member of the poetry collective Rubix, has been carving it out on her own recently. She has just released her debut EP 3 Mile Radius, a spoken word epic, combining clever poetic narrative and huge musical backdrops. After the sell-out launch for the EP, Nick Murray met with Talia to chat about influences, chicken shops and growing up in North West London. Continue reading →
Posted in Interview, Poetry
Tagged 3 mile radius, elian gray, emerging species, emmet wino, gentle mystics, jayla paine, north west london, PBH, poetic narrative, Poetry, polar bear, roundhouse, rubix, talia randall
From the moment Chris Thorpe, one half of the exceptional duo behind this show, walked into the lobby of the theatre to gather his audience, I starting to feel at ease. This is something that together they do so well, especially given that the show has the potential to be quite an awkward experience if you weren’t guided through properly. Thorpe and Hannah Walker are the perfect navigators to lead their audience through the minefield of misread signs, uncomfortable slips and accidental emails.
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Inc. Magazine has its 4th issue release later this week with a huge launch party to celebrate.
As with each issue of Inc. so far, number 4 is immense fun from cover to cover, and this time Anya Pearson and Will Coldwell, co-founders, co-editors and contributors, have really taken their magazine to an incredible new level. Though, don’t think that this came about by chance. Pearson and Coldwell have been hard at work coordinating this mammoth project with all the poets and illustrators involved and the final product reflects that. Continue reading →
Posted in Art, Books, Event, Illustration, Poetry, Review
Tagged annexe, ben mellor, hackney, illustration, inc., london, magazine, polar bear, railroad cafe, roundhouse, soul rub
Well, be stuck no more! Two great literary events are gracing the coming evenings. First up is Rubix, a spoken word night from one of the Roundhouse’s poetry collectives. Then, from the publisher and live literature powerhouse Penned in the Margins, a night of acts in response to the August Riots.
read all about it after the jump. Continue reading →
Posted in Event, Meanwhile..., Music, Poetry, Theatre
Tagged greg mclaren, icarus, luke wright, Penned in the Margins, richmix, roundhouse, rubix, sophie wooley, stk airport