Talented young wordsmith Toby Thompson, performing 'More or Less' live on-stage at The Ustinov Studio in Bath in 2014.
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A superb poem written and performed by Tony Walsh (aka 'Longfella'), which successfully captures the magic and euphoria of live performances. Created as part of the 20th birthday celebrations of the Manchester Arena, Tony's passionate tribute to the cultural and artistic hotspot has won the praise of many, including fellow Mancunian, international boxing champion Ricky Hatton MBE.
We had the pleasure of experiencing Ross Sutherland's mind-meltingly ingenious production 'Standby For Tape Back-Up' at The Cube cinema in Bristol recently.
Currently on a national tour, this Edinburgh Fringe hit is highly recommended viewing, sporting a wealth of praise from establishments including The Observer, The Independent, The Telegraph and many more.
The promotional video above offers a taste of the show's multi-media packed, nostalgia-fuelled exploration of Ross's relationship with his Grandad. Unfolding through the unlikely prism of jumbled recordings on an old VHS tape, this unusually constructed concoction is a truly unique experience of lasting impact - catch it now, whilst you still have the chance.
More information and ticket listings can be found here - RossSutherland.co.uk
A smartly constructed, powerful piece by Vanessa Kisuule, realised superbly in this short-film format.
At the end of a very interesting interview on London Real, Anthony Anaxagorou performs his powerful piece 'I Am Not A Poet'. The full London Real interview is available to watch in the previous post on TheSpeakersCorner.co.uk.
Here's a cool stop-motion animation accompanying Andy Craven-Griffiths' great new piece about the wonder of books.
A powerful, personal piece of spoken-word reflection in light of recent global events, written and performed by Suli Breaks.
A fascinating, spoken-word insight into the life of world-famous cultural icon Beyoncé, accompanied by some incredible visuals.