22 March 2023
How to make the most of being an arts participant
Whether you’re about to review an arts event or take part in an arts challenge, a little bit of preparation can help you get the most out of taking part in the arts.
20 March 2023
Age of Vice by Deepti Kapoor
Age of Vice by Deepti Kapoor is a sprawling epic that explores corruption, family, and loyalty.
2 March 2023 – 22 March 2023
Young Producer volunteering opportunities with English Heritage - Shout Out Loud
Do you have a passion for raising young people’s voices? Would you like to help influence the way England’s histories are told? The Young Producers programme at English Heritage could be for you!
1 March 2023
How To Kill Your Family: Witty, modern, and hilariously sarcastic
Follows fiction’s funniest serial killer as she seeks out salacious sex parties, plays with frog poison and seduces unwitting millionaires, all for one purpose. Murder.
23 February 2023
Zyla and Kai by Kristina Forest
Zyla and Kai by Kristina Forest is a YA novel about two star-crossed lovers and the odds stacked against them.
21 February 2023 – 9 March 2023
Anthroplay Theatre | SUBMISSIONS OPEN for AnthroTalks
Submissions are now OPEN for AnthroTalks!
AnthroTalks is a new-writing event curated by Anthroplay Theatre. Each scratch night revolves around a different theme, bringing you a mix of innovative performances from emerging and established artists.
20 February 2023
Want my job? with Author, Performer and Producer Oliver Sykes
"Seeing myself on the page made me realise I could write and tell stories too – children like me could even be the main character – and it empowered me to start writing and telling stories of my own!"
15 February 2023
Frontier by Grace Curtis
Frontier by Grace Curtis is a unique novel that blends sapphic romance with science fiction and the Western genre.
14 February 2023
My Monticello by Jocelyn Nicole Johnson
My Monticello by Jocelyn Nicole Johnson is a riveting novella that explores the complexities of race and power.
13 February 2023
A Very Large Expanse Of Sea by Tahereh Mafi
A Very Large Expanse Of Sea by Tahereh Mafi is a heart-touching contemporary novel about a young Muslim girl’s experience of post 9/11-America.
7 February 2023
Wodehouse In Wonderland review: Comedy? Musical? Tragedy? Children’s programme?
Showered with light-hearted humour, this witty dramatisation of Wodehouse’s life jumbles together literature, theatre and a dash of musicality whilst being sneakily educational.
4 February 2023
Blood Scion by Deborah Falaye
Blood Scion by Deborah Falaye is a Yoruba-Nigerian inspired fantasy novel and the first in a brand-new series.
2 February 2023
Honey and Spice by Bolu Babalola
Honey and Spice by Bolu Babalola is a firecracker of a debut, full of romantic intrigue and observations of Millennial love.
30 January 2023
All My Rage by Sabaa Tahir
All My Rage by Sabaa Tahir is an unforgettable novel about family, forgiveness, love and loss.
25 January 2023
What Women Want by Maxine Mei-Fung Chung
What Women Want by Maxine Mei-Fung Chung offers an intimate insight into the inner lives of women and female desire.
23 January 2023
Non-Binary representation in film, TV, theatre and literature
A look at just some of the pioneering representations of non-binary people on TV, film, stage, and in literature.
19 January 2023
Brown Baby by Nikesh Shukla
Brown Baby by Nikesh Shukla is a powerful memoir that explores fatherhood, feminism, and racial politics.
18 January 2023
Fagin's Last Hour by James Hyland
Actor James Hyland of Brother Wolf produced and performed a darkly captivating performance based on Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens.