An open mic offers a young person in Belfast the opportunity to find a new community.
An original short story specially commissioned by BBC Radio 4 by the Northern Irish writer Michael Nolan. As read by Thomas Finnegan.
Michael Nolan is from Belfast. His work has been published by The Stinging Fly and The Lifeboat. He is the fiction editor of The Tangerine, and is currently studying for a PhD in Creative Writing at Queen's University, Belfast.
Writer ..... Michael Nolan
Reader ..... Thomas Finnegan
Producer ..... Michael Shannon