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Beholden by Fay Roberts

It seems that mine’s the nicest
Head to fit the block
My disappointments slip
Like icing sugar into your cause’s maw
While you – your own cat’s paw… 176 more words


Other Voices Spoken Word Cabaret, 19/8/14

Other Voices Spoken Word Cabaret
Banshee Labyrinth, Venue 156, 29-35 Niddry Street
2.50-3.40 Recurring Event (Seen 19th August)

Review: Becca Inglis

Other Voices Spoken Word Cabaret is an all-female poet collective that aims to give a strong platform to “the voices less well-represented on the performance poetry scene”. 568 more words


First, catch your poet... New season at CB1 Poetry

While, I ended by saying in last week’s post, Somewhere’s current exhibition at Kettle’s Yard coheres around a strong sense of the artists themselves, visitors to the exhibition don’t usually get the chance to see the artists in person, unless they’re particularly lucky (Guthrie and Pope… 1,473 more words


From Transition To Trident I Told My Story My Way And I Told It In My Own Authentic Voice

Hey everyone All too soon it had crept up unnoticed. It was the final Saturday of the fringe and my final day of Edinburgh 2014 so I was determined to leave the stage after having the best time I could have in short space of one day. 1,906 more words

The Road To Glamour And Glory Or A Passport To The Graveyard

Hey everyone. Friday was a strange day made even stranger by the fact I was in Edinburgh earlier than usual. This was due to the fact that my girlie catch up with Leanne McKay had to be cancelled due to her having a dental appointment. 1,035 more words

Fay Roberts - Blissful Chance & Gold // Brother Bear

Our companions Brother Bear have been at it again with their cameras… This time with the added awesome of spoken word woven into the tapestry. 58 more words