Independent Magazines

What better way to celebrate Valentines Day than to watch a one woman show about online dating? IdeasTap's Takeover: Love
A Valentines takeover is not as scary as it sounds; nobody's going to get hurt. Simply, if you're stuck for
February typically isn't a busy month for cultural events, as seasons usually start in March. But you don't have to
BBC Radio Two's annual short story competition for kids, 500 WORDS, is open for submissions again, and, although not eligible
  I love discovering exciting ways that new writing is being celebrated; whether it's slam poetry nights like Come Rhyme
Exciting news! I'm extremely chuffed that my blog has been picked to be part of New Writing South's Good Blog
I popped over to Battersea Arts Centre last week to catch one of the final performances of Gym Party by the
One of my favourite participatory live art installations at Coastal Currents festival was Worktable, conceived by artist Kate McIntosh. I
The acclaimed choreographer Willi Dorner's work was showcased at Coastal Currents Festival with 'Bodies in Urban Spaces'. A sculptural trail
Hastings, St Leonards and Bexhill have been brimming with live art and open studios for the past three weekends as
I decided that Deptford Goth’s debut Life After Defo was my favourite album of the year when it was released
Despite managing the bookings for Charlotte Spencer’s Walking Stories project as part of Coastal Currents Visual Arts festival in Hastings,
The Poetry Tent at Latitude Festival was a great place to rest our weary aching legs and also see some
I came back from Latitude after falling in love with the festival! The site was gorgeous, with stages set into
I'm off to my first ever Latitude Festival tomorrow and I could not be more excited! As well as the
This summer I've been soaking up the good weather and some really great reads in equal measure. This collection of