Some of Scotland's finest new spoken word talent.
A deep dive into the intimate and expressive world of Scottish spoken word.
Gray explories the twists and turns life can take when suffering from depression.
"I'm not scared of the dark, I'm scared of the hunters disguised as harmless pub punters"
Allie was adopted from China when she was two years old.
A spoken word piece by Gray Crosbie on the importance of language and identity
Jack questions whether, as a young, hip and trendy disabled man, he’s an inspiration?
New year, same old me.
Sometimes, all you can do is be there.
Remember Christmas when we were weans? It was magic.
Why should I have to prove it?
We all know someone who hates the c word.
It might be a wee but chilly, but it’s not all bad.
A spoken word poem about veganism by plant-powered poet Gray Crosbie.
Anyone else just heavy bored?
'Scotland, Ya Dancer' is a poem by Steven McLeish about how much he loves his country.
Bagsy not growing up.
A poem for those who've experienced loneliness and isolation.
A poem about what it can be like to have mental health issues.
"I'm not fine and I need to tell everyone, including myself."
Just remember: “It’s easy to be judgemental, but it’s nice to be nice”.
A spoken-word piece about graduating during lockdown.
In times like these, it's all about self love.
A love letter to Hermione Granger.
The pubs may be shut but the kitchen party is always open.
“Please excuse me, for I am not myself, you see?”