Mysterious tricksters have hidden £100 in the UL, and all they want in return is… poetry.
‘Anything that is ‘Open Mic’ runs the risk of the mad, bad or sad of the creative arts taking their moment of glory.’ JESS MIDDLETON-PUGH braves the edgy artists at The Punter for some open mic poetry.
Clichés are a sign of very bad writing and JAMES MACNAMARA has counted all these chickens many times before.
Culture Editor HOLLY STEVENSON cracks out her top cultural tips for the week. You love it.
AMI JONES takes her own miniature Odyssey to the ADC; but these strange islanders could do with some better lotos-plants. Also, you should read The Odyssey.
Slightly confused by the prevalence of haggis in Sainsburys? CATHERINE TRINDER explains.
Theatre Editor KIERAN CORCORAN gets lost in the woods late at night. And likes it.
‘The publishing industry is in a terrible state; it’s ghost written footballers’ memoirs that sell.’ Poet RUTH PADEL talks notoriety, creative writing and pissing off the porters with KATIE FORSTER.
Clothes + Bikes = Fashion
Theatre Editors JESSICA PATTERSON & TOBY PARKER-REES are pleasantly surprised by a thoughtfully curated evening of new writing.