Phedra Broch writes about what we can expect from A.I.M 2020 applicant, Sonny Baker Royle
Margherita Concina reviews Contact and Young Identity’s One Mic Stand
Writer Reece Ritchie explores why Hobo Johnson is an artist which people love to love, but, also love to hate and why Hobo Johnson’s own brand of alternativeness is one everyone should explore
A quick roundup of all book-related events coming up this term in and around Manchester
The 19-year-old rising star put on a smooth, charming show at Gorilla
Louder than Words Festival returns to Manchester to celebrate the relationship between music and writing
Nicole Tamer interviews the talented poet, dancer and performer, Chanje Kunda.
Phedra Broch disccuses poet and Art In Mancunia 2020 applicant, Tom Branfoot, and his poems ‘Bonfire Night’ and ‘Widowed’
Writer Lauren Poole recalls ‘What’s in a Mind?’, a poetry and spoken word evening focusing on mental health
Art in Mancunia presents an award-winning spoken word poet, languages student Frank Adams, who will wow you with his powerful words and masterfully constructed poetry
Tempest stretches the boundaries of spoken word, writing and rap. Her work is a brutally honest depiction and she’s only getting better at telling it.