Some of Scotland's finest new spoken word talent.
Pick up the phone or visit a friend!
We're filling landfills with stuff we haven't worn in ages.
Scottish writer and performer.
We are your neighbours, siblings, sons and daughters.
A film adaptation of Erin May Kelly's poem Skeletons. Film by Amy Cox.
Edinburgh, you're a slightly cold shoulder with a warm heart.
Where do you put this kind of breakup?
Poet and filmmaker exploring issues through the alchemy of visuals & spoken word
Gray Crosbie opens up about their coming out experience.
Leaving you felt like the start of my life, not the end.
Are we exceptional as a nation? David Forrest explores Scottish identity through poetry.
Steven McLeish's poem "Be Brave" addresses mental health and self-esteem.
Award-winning scriptwriter, spoken-word artist, lecturer and writing mentor.
A spoken word piece from Steven on not giving in to anxiety.
Cat's feeling rough and she's reminiscing about the missed opportunities of the past year.
Stop wearing your body like an apology.
This film shows how it feels to be homeless.
Spoken word artist & youth pastor with a passion to be a voice for the voiceless.
Being left handed isn't always easy, it's time to grab our destiny with our left hands!
Erin May Kelly's poem on why women are stronger than you think.
Two men hold hands in a public place, but even in 2018, something’s not quite right.
Things can get awkward the morning after the night before…
When walking alone at night, it's not as simple as "be safe".
Flip the script on the negative story the world has tried to write for you.
Has your phone stolen your identity?
How can climate change be an issue when we're getting all this snow?
Does recycling actually make a difference? Doesn't it all end up in the same place anyway?
Looking for fun, looking for home, looking for assurances, but maybe not tonight.
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