Home » Tag Archives: Spoken Word

Tag Archives: Spoken Word

#Hypocrisy, Theatre503 – Review

Pros: Full of honesty, humour and a word perfect performance, the sound and strength of Imogen Stirling’s words create a landscape that restores the faith in middle class privilege. Cons: Spoken word performance is not for everyone. Spoken word performance may not be everyone’s cup of tea. For many it brings to mind images of bearded hipsters in berets; rest assured that only occurs once tonight, and in a most amusing of ways. But if you were to consider spoken ...

Read More »

A Tale From The Bedsit, Hoxton Hall

by Paul CreeDirected by Stef O’Driscoll★★★★ Pros: Interesting and candid performance from one of Spoken Word’s up-and-coming stars.  Cons: It would have been nice to have more artists performing, but maybe I’m just greedy!  Our Verdict: A different sort of performance from the usual fare at theatres, but still very entertaining. Courtesy of Paul Cree A friend of mine recently invited me to a Spoken Word evening near King’s Cross. What’s that, I hear you say? Well it can be ...

Read More »
Want to receive weekly updates of new reviews, interviews and competitions? Then why not sign up to our newsletter and we'll keep you informed.
Holler Box