16 May 2023
Lost, Anxious, In your Twenties?
Your twenties are such an odd time, full of high expectations and confusion. You feel like you should have it all figured out, but you don’t. Anya tells stories from her twenties that are relatable and funny in this piece of spoken word theatre!
19 April 2023 – 20 April 2023
Luke Wright’s The Remains of Logan Dankworth set for two dates in Bristol
A fast-paced and thrilling verse play about intertwined marital and political upheaval, told in blistering verse by one of the UK’s most celebrated poets.
28 February 2023
The hauntingly beautiful Sunny Side Up at Theatre Peckham
Grief and loss follow behind Little D, played by David Alade, who steps into different stages of his life in 'Sunny Side Up,' a play based on a true story.
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.
16 February 2023
Edinburgh fringe: the world’s best-loved celebration of arts and culture returns
The first shows for this year's biggest arts and culture festival Edinburgh Fringe are announced.
2 November 2022
Instaviews with poet and spoken word artist, Leyla Josephine
Published poet Leyla Josephine will join us on Instaviews to discuss her latest release, In Public/In Private, and her UK and Ireland book tour.
10 October 2022
Interview with Akash Prasad and Moses Alexander
Akash Prasad and Moses Alexander talk to us about their film ‘All the Same’, the challenges they faced and its re-release on October 10.
17 August 2022
To laugh cry or cry laugh – you’ll be doing both during an hour in ALOK’s presence
17 August 2022
No Place Like Home
In an energetic, music and dance-filled hour, Alex Roberts poses the question of whether queer venues are always as safe as we expect
7 July 2022
Kae Tempest "The Line is a Curve" Album Review
Kae Tempest is back with their first album in three years and they are doing what they do best.
4 March 2022
Saturday round-up: UKNA City Takeover in Leicester
UK New Artists (UKNA) have taken over Leicester this past weekend, showcasing 75 new and emerging artists across exhibitions, spoken word, film, music, and dance. Check out our highlights of Saturday's events.
19 September 2021 – 26 September 2021
WayWord festival returns with variety of online and in-person events
The student-led arts festival seeks to engage participants in unconventional forms of artistic expression and will take place 19-26 September.
1 September 2021 – 17 September 2021
Writing opportunity with Anthroplay and Escape Bar
Escape Through Words! - A scratch night writing opportunity with Anthroplay and Escape Bar.
23 September 2021 – 2 December 2021
AYM Online Courses for 11-16s
Get creative in a fantastic range of online music courses for 11-16s. We’re using Zoom to help you explore your creativity in safe, affordable weekly sessions. Book today!
13 October 2021
Luke Wright announces Colchester date for ‘lost’ third play in trilogy
Award winning poet announces Essex date for 'lost' third instalment of trilogy. Fast-paced and thrilling verse play about Brexit and marriage told in blistering verse visits Colchester Arts Centre on 13 October.
9 September 2021
Luke Wright: Poet announces Nottingham date for third ‘lost’ trilogy play
Award winning poet announces Nottingham date for 'lost' third instalment of trilogy. Fast-paced and thrilling verse play about Brexit and marriage told in blistering verse visits Nottingham Playhouse on 29 September
4 March 2021
Kizzy Blue Wade | TrinityTalent 2020
Kizzy Blue Wade was selected for TrinityTalent for Progress in her Arts Award achievements.
14 January 2021 – 25 March 2021
AYM Online Spring Courses for 11-16s
Get creative this new year in specialist online music courses for 11-16s. We’re using Zoom to help you explore your creativity in safe, affordable weekly sessions. Book today!